These new safety systems will provide automatic helper assistance for collision avoidance by acting on steering. According to Volvo, they will make the new XC60 one of the safest vehicles in the world.
Available especially in China on the Volvo S60L Twin Engine, this engine offers a combined power of 306 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque thanks to a 2.0-liter petrol engine combined with an electric motor. Its lithium-ion battery offers a capacity of 11.2 kWh, allowing a 100% electric range of up to 53 km on the S60L.
Too bad for us because this dress obviously prevents to distinguish the lines that will be sported by the XC40. One can nevertheless judge the small format and imagine that it should be close to the concept 40.1 presented by Volvo in 2016.
The new CMA platform on which it will be based will be shared with the future S40 and V40 and will be able to integrate hybrid and electric variants.