Volvo has overhauled the majority of its range in what it describes as “the most extensive development of existing models” in the firm’s history.
The S60 saloon, V60 estate, XC60 SUV, V70 estate, XC70 4x4 estate and S80 saloon all get a new family look, improved equipment levels and fuel economy and reduced CO2 emissions without sacrificing performance.
Volvo's updates aren't limited to just exterior changes, however. S60 models benefit from new interior trim, which is claimed to give the revised car's cabin the feel of a Swedish house, while adaptive cornering lights are now available.
The S80 saloon is available with a new luxury "Executive" interior package that provides bespoke trim options. The XC60, Volvo's best-selling model, is now devoid of black trim of a "more urban look" and torque vectoring is standard fit.
Only the recently introduced V40 hatchback and the XC90 SUV, which is due to be replaced next year, continue unchanged. Production of the S40 saloon, V50 wagon, C30 hatch and C70 convertible ended last year.