Over the past few months, we spied a number of current Volvo models with minor cosmetic updates, ranging from the XC60 crossover to the S80 sedan. Now it's time for the Swedish carmaker to release all of them at once.
These include the S60 sedan, V60 station wagon, XC60 crossover, V70 station wagon, XC70 crossover and the S80 saloon. In other words, the only models in Volvo's range that remain untouched are the newly launched V40 compact hatchback and the soon-to-be replaced XC90.
All of the aforementioned, facelifted models feature new front grilles, headlamps, hood designs, bumpers, tail lamp clusters and rear-end trims. There are no press images of the interiors yet, but previous scoop photos reveal that Volvo has also redesigned the instrument panels.
While we don't have full details in our hands yet, Sweden's Teknikens Varld is reporting that aside from the cosmetic makeover inside and out, Volvo has made changes to the engine lineup of all vehicles with greener and more fuel efficient powerplants, as well as to the equipment grades.