Volvo S60 Cross Country Gets Jacked Up in Detroit

Volvo S60 Cross Country Gets Jacked Up in Detroit

Volvo‘s latest creation, the S60 Cross Country, just made its live debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. 

The Cross Country variant of the S60 gets a 2.5-inch lift compared to the standard car and it comes with all-wheel drive. This is essentially a cross-breed of a sedan and crossover which will play in its own category when it comes out.

2015 Detroit Auto Show Coverage

High profile tires wrapping 18- or 19-inch alloys come standard on the Cross Country while power is provided by the 250-hp T5 inline five-cylinder turbocharged engines.

Volvo will sell the S60 Cross Country in the U.S., Canada, Russia and Europe. The company will begin offering the Cross Country on a limited basis starting in the summer, but it didn’t announce whether or not there will be production limits.

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