Volvo V40, S60L Heading to the US

Jason Siu
by Jason Siu
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The next-generation Volvo V40 is heading to the U.S. in 2017.

According to a new report the next V40 is being designed with Europe and the U.S. markets in mind and is currently scheduled to debut sometime in 2017.

Based on the Volvo-Geely Compact Modular Architecture, the new V40 will replace the outgoing model seen above and will likely offer a hybrid variant. In addition, the Swedish automaker’s vice president, Alain Visser, also confirmed that the long-wheelbase S60L will make its way to the U.S. later this year. Up until now, the Volvo S60L has only been sold in China and this is the first confirmation that it’ll be offered in other markets.

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Joining the V40 in the future will be an XC40 model, a lifted crossover variant that will replace the V40 Cross Country in other markets. It’s unclear whether the XC40 will also make its way to the U.S., but considering the automaker currently offers the V60 Cross Country, it’s a strong possibility a smaller version will help cover additional segments as Volvo looks to capture more market share.

[Source: De Telegraaf]

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Jason Siu
Jason Siu

Jason Siu began his career in automotive journalism in 2003 with Modified Magazine, a property previously held by VerticalScope. As the West Coast Editor, he played a pivotal role while also extending his expertise to Modified Luxury & Exotics and Modified Mustangs. Beyond his editorial work, Jason authored two notable Cartech books. His tenure at saw him immersed in the daily news cycle, yet his passion for hands-on evaluation led him to focus on testing and product reviews, offering well-rounded recommendations to AutoGuide readers. Currently, as the Content Director for VerticalScope, Jason spearheads the content strategy for an array of online publications, a role that has him at the helm of ensuring quality and consistency across the board.

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  • Tim Bauerle Tim Bauerle on Jul 28, 2015

    just like your i phone, flat screens, etc that we buy nowadays and they all work pretty darn well

    • Rocket Rocket on Jul 29, 2015

      The difference being that oftentimes you have no choice but to buy China-made products. Obviously not the case with autos.

  • Rhonda.jerome Rhonda.jerome on Jul 29, 2015