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.
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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