The interior of the new Volvo S60 has been teased, ahead of the car's launch at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The darkened images of the interior are shown in a promotional video, and appear to show a standard Volvo layout.
Official Volvo S60 exterior pictures were released montsh ago, as part of the publicity drive surrounding the Swedish car maker's buyout by Geely, which is expected to be confirmed in the next two weeks.
The new car is very similar to the S60 Concept, retaining the low, coupe-style roof line. The front end, in particular, is nearly identical – only small changes to the shape of the lights and a higher bonnet line differentiate the production car.
Underneath the bodyshell the S60 is based on the Ford EUCD platform that is also used by the current Mondeo. Volvo is promising that the S60 will be the “sportiest and most dynamic Volvo ever,” and the project’s engineers are understood to have been working on the driveability of the S60 since the project’s inception.