2018 Volvo S60 Concept

2018 Volvo S60 Concept – The next-generation Volvo S60 will be one piece of the Swedish brand’s renaissance under its new Chinese ownership, which will see it offer more exceptional products to contend with established luxury marques like Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi. 2017 ought to be a huge year for Volvo, with the new ’60 Series’ designs (S60/V60/XC60) anticipated to be revealed, along with production versions of the smaller sized ’40 Series’ ideas that were exposed in May, which previewed the next S40 and V40, together with a new XC40 infant SUV that is expected to launch either late next year or early in 2018.

2018 Volvo S60 Concept

We’re more concerned with how the important things will look. After all, the 2018 Volvo brand is just as much supported by its design as Audi. That’s why we paid very close attention to the finer information of this rendering by Remco M. We like it an entire lot more than its huge sibling. You can nearly picture it parked next to your contemporary home, made from steel, glass, and recycled wood. While the more complex design makes this a less spacious car than and old Volvos utilized to be, the LED-everything attitude makes up for this. With a shorter body, it might feel a little bit more play complete than the S90, which seems like it’s sacrificed excessive for the sake of autonomy and fuel economy. Engine-wise, we do not anticipate any big surprises, as Volvo has currently had to develop a full lineup of 2-liter systems for the 90-series.

2018 Volvo S60 Concept

Volvo S60 Exterior

One of our favorites is the most recent D5 powertrain, just like the BMW 25d regarding output. Instead of relying simply on the turbochargers, engineers fitted an air compressor to offer it a lot more increase off the line. For the fuel fans, the Swedish automaker has a 320 horsepower 2-liter turbo and that’s both superchargeds and turbocharged. If you’re brand-new to the Volvo brand and have no idea exactly what an 2018 Volvo S60 is, think about it as a Subaru Tradition that’s made in the exact same location as your Ikea furnishings, figuratively speaking, obviously. It’s an indirect rival to everything from the VW Passat to the BMW 3 Series.