Volvo recently showed off images of its redesigned 2014 model year vehicles, the S60, XC60, S80, and XC70 crossover, all of which will be making their worldwide debut at the upcoming 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
According to the Swedish company, the redesigned 2014 models will be the automaker’s “most extensive development of existing models in our company’s history.” True enough, seeing four models in Volvo’s lineup getting redesigned all at once is an impressive feat.
The S60 will get an updated front end with redesigned headlights, a wider grille, and more accentuated horizontal body lines. Volvo didn’t get into detail with its XC60 refresh, but did mention that it’ll do away with the black body trim while appearing wider than its predecessor.
As for the S80 sedan, Volvo has given it a long, sloping hood along with a new front bumper featuring a redesigned lower grille. More importantly, the automaker is placing emphasis on the interiors of its 2014 model year vehicles, adding more luxury amenities and new tech throughout its lineup.
All four of these updated vehicles will be on sale in the U.S., with the same engine options as the previous generations.
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