Exact US market specifications haven’t been divulged by the brand yet, but expect it to retain the same turbo charged five- and six-cylinder engines. Those engines include a 240 hp 2.0-liter five cylinder, and a 3.0-liter six cylinder that makes 304 hp.
On stage at the New York Auto Show, Volvo introduced the V60 R-Design, which steps up the performance of the wagon. The V60 R-Design gets a lower, stiffer chassis, retuned suspension, an added strut brace, improved traction control, and other go-fast goodies.
Volvo also introduced R-Design versions of the S60 and the XC60.
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