The new 2018 Volvo XC60 compact crossover moves to the automotive manufacturer’s Scalable Product Architecture (SPA), which supports the full-size three-row XC90 cross-over, full-size sedan S90, V90 and V90 and off-road trucks. Although it shares the platform with the large XC90, car makers are hoping to give it a more unique style of volume model. Here are some changes to the new Volvo XC60.
Compared with the upcoming XC60, the front of the new model is more upright, the prominent grille connected to Thor’s hammerhead LED headlights. The look is similar to other recent Volvo models, but on the XC60 the headlamps are attached to the grille. The new models feature three bold lower air intakes (replacing the previous one), bright metal trim under the central air intake and LED fog lights under the outer air intake.
On the side, the SPA architecture allows for longer wheelbase, shorter front and rear overhangs and longer wheelbase ratios. The hood looks more inclined than before and flows into the roof flowing. Fender flares and side body lines seem more scored and defined. Although the greenhouse maintains a similar shape, the back shoulder line is taller.
At the back, the LED taillights are mounted on the D-column back up, but now turn to the tailgate. Rectangular exhaust pipe is also returned, and then the reflector design has been modified, the roof spoiler larger, extending backward.
Internally, the cabin is more upscale and feature more technologically advanced due to the car manufacturer’s Sensus Connect infotainment system and 9.3-inch touch screen. Although the new model uses wood trim more cautiously than before, consumers have the option of textured natural driftwood. There are more aluminum interiors than before.
Take a look at the redesigned 2018 Volvo XC60 and tell us if it looks refreshing or rebellious to compare the outgoing models.
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