2024 Volvo XC60 Black Edition Adds Dark Style To Luxury Crossover

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams

Volvo adds more style to its top-trimmed XC60 crossover.

The Volvo XC60 is certainly a very swanky luxury crossover, especially in top-spec Ultimate trim. However, XC60’s shiny brightwork might be off-putting for the picky buyer in search of the pinnacle of Scandinavian comfort, but wanting something a bit more sinister-looking. For 2024, Volvo’s introduced the XC60 Black Edition, adding blacked-out style, to its strong-selling luxury crossover.

To give a look that Volvo says is “sporty, yet elegant,” Volvo started out by darkening all of the silver trim on the XC60. The Volvo logo on the front, and the spaced-out Volvo script on the rear of the car, are now gloss black. The 21-inch wheels are also blacked out, and the whole car is only available in Onyx Black.

Inside, the blacked-out theme continues with either charcoal-colored Nappa Leather or charcoal-colored leatherette. The aluminum dashboard trim and crystal gear shifter are the two things that stand out in the XC60 Black Edition’s dark interior.

Otherwise, the XC60 Black Edition is about the same mechanically as the standard car. So, that means the same 2.0-liter turbocharged mild hybrid, or plug-in hybrid (XC60 Recharge), powertrains motivate the XC60. The Black Edition is available on the Ultimate examples; starting at $57,500 for the XC60 mild hybrid, or $68,950 for the XC60 PHEV Recharge variant. That’s only $1,100 more than the standard Ultimate edition. Unfortunately, the Black Edition isn’t available on the hotted-up Polestar Engineered XC60 Recharge.

In Canada, pricing will be $68,950 for the XC60 B5 AWD Ultimate Black Edition and $83,950 for the XC60 T8 Recharge Ultimate Black Edition.

The 2024 Volvo XC60 Black Edition is available for order. Deliveries should begin early next year.

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Kevin Williams
Kevin Williams

Kevin has been obsessed with cars ever since he could talk. He even learned to read partially by learning and reading the makes and models on the back of cars, only fueling his obsession. Today, he is an automotive journalist and member of the Automotive Press Association. He is well-versed in electrification, hybrid cars, and vehicle maintenance.

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