The 2019 Volvo V60 Cross Country wagon has joined the brand’s off-road lineup. This is an all-new development, the third in the 60th family after the S60 sedan and the regular V60.
The V60 Cross Country has a four-wheel drive in standard. Its ground clearance is 75 mm more than the base V60’s.
The standard equipment also includes a hill descent control system, electronic stability control, angular traction control and a special off-road driving mode.
The Pilot Assist system helps the driver to control, accelerate and brake the car on roads with good road markings at speeds up to 130 km/h. This is, in a way, the autopilot’s predecessor.
The list of standard active safety systems includes oncoming lane exit warning, rear cross traffic alert (convenient when leaving the parking lot).
The Volvo Cars Sensus Connect information system is fully compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 4G.
Initially, the new Volvo V60 Cross Country will be available with petrol T5 and diesel D4 AWD engines.
Somewhat later, mild-hybrid and plug-in-hybrid modifications will enter the market.