Volvo unveiled the third-generation, 2019 Volvo S60 today, and, I have to say, it’s a silver fox of a sedan. It also represents a bold bet on the American car market, since it will be Volvo’s first American-made car, at its new $1.1 billion plant outside Charleston, South Carolina.
Over the past day we’ve literally received an email, alerting us to a supposed Volvo “goof.” Volvo, it was said, had inadvertently unveiled the 2019 Volvo S60 in an internal video, and the world was beginning to talk. Unfortunately, it’s not a secret new Volvo at all.
The Volvo S60 and XC60 will soon be dead and gone, victims to the People’s Most Glorious Revolution over at Volvo. Soon all of Volvo’s seats will be different; perforated and multi-contouring, but in the end, not as good. Let it not be forgotten that for one brief, beautiful moment, Volvo made the best seats the world…
It’s not often that you see a truck pitted against a race car. Seems like a quirky and wonderful thing to do. Of course Volvo is behind it!
There’s something immensely satisfying about seeing a Volvo S60 in racing trim. Here’s Richard Göransson’s bright blue møøsemøbile for the 2016 Scandinavian Touring Car Championship.
The Volvo S60 is among the most conservative luxury sedans you can buy, but it’s also handsome and packed with plenty of tech and safety features. What do you need to know before you buy a Volvo S60? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Volvo’s back in the FIA World Touring Car Championship, and they’re back with a bang. Is this new S60 Polestar TC1 race car the most badass-looking Volvo ever?
While most Jalopnik readers are more likely to lower their cars, the buying public demands sedans with all-road capability, and Volvo is here to answer their prayers with the S60 Cross Country.
The Chinese-built cars are coming. Of that, we can be certain. Everyone expects legions of ultra-cheap subcompacts priced below even the least expensive Japanese, American and Korean cars, ideal for broke-ass Millennials. But the first major China-made car to come to our shores will actually be pretty nice.
If your life won't be complete until you own the fastest production Volvo ever, raise your hands now. There are just 120 of the Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar super Volvos coming to this country in June, and they look to be worth standing in line for.
No, you're not dreaming, a racing company has built a 508 horsepower Volvo S60. It's the Volvo S60 Polestar Concept and we had to see it with our own eyes to believe it's real.
You know in modern racing games where you can automatically spec up a car with random mods until it reaches some hilariously high horsepower number. Then you give it a wild paint job and hit the track. Enter the Volvo S60 Polestar Concept, which is exactly that but real. And something you can sort of buy.
Volvo officially introduced a 508 horsepower S60 Concept built by Polestar Performance at the Gothenburg City Race in Sweden yesterday. The turbo sports sedan features a six speed manual and is capable of a 3.9 second run from 0-62 mph.
The current Volvo S60 R-Design — like all R-designs — has been limited to suspension tweaks and expensive aesthetic upgrades. No more! An inside source tells us the next R-Design S60's getting a power boost.
Those of you following Project Grocery Getter know K-PAX Racing's prepping a Volvo C30 for the World Challenge GT racing series. They're also working up a pair of new S60s to defend the Manufacturer's and Driver's titles they picked up last year.
The 2011 Volvo S60 and V60 Sportswagon get the R-Design treatment — not to be confused with the regular "R treatment" or anything that adds substantial performance. Their Chinese overlords are happy enough with suspension tweaks and aesthetic unimprovements.