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Connectivity and infotainment
All new Volvos are connected, thanks to Volvo’s connectivity and infotainment system called Sensus. It delivers an intuitive touch screen interface that combines car functions, navigation, connected services and in-car entertainment applications such as Spotify, Pandora, Baidu or TuneIn. The portrait-oriented touch screen enables easy and fast access to a host of functions and features. As in the 90 Series cars, smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is also available.
More info on Sensus: www.media.volvocars.com/us/en-us/download/239428

Powertrain technology
The V60 is powered by Volvo’s Drive-E powertrains. Apart from petrol and diesel variants, the V60 is also available with two plug-in hybrid options: the new T6 Twin Engine AWD petrol plug-in hybrid that generates a combined 340hp or the T8 Twin Engine AWD petrol plug-in that delivers 390hp.

Volvo’s Twin Engine plug-in hybrid delivers all the benefits of a high performance, low emission petrol engine with an electric motor that delivers power on demand with ultralow CO2 emissions and more than 40 km of pure electric range.
Full Tech Specs: www.media.volvocars.com/us/en-us/download/224647

Safety and driver assistance
Volvo’s leadership in the field of automotive safety is confirmed in the V60. The SPA platform has resulted in the strongest Volvo cars to date because of extensive use of boron steel, as well as numerous safety systems designed to protect people inside and outside the car.

Volvo’s City Safety technology, standard on all Volvo models, combines automatic braking functionality and collision avoidance systems to cover a range of potential accident scenarios and help keep you safe. City Safety is the only system on the market that detects pedestrians, cyclists and large animals such as moose and deer.

The Pilot Assist driver assistance system, optional on the V60, works up to 130 km/h on clearly marked roads and is another step towards Volvo’s Vision 2020, which states that no one should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo by 2020.
More info on safety Features: www.media.volvocars.com/us/en-us/download/239427

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Comments

    • Gustaf Abrahamsson
      Gustaf Abrahamsson

      My dad is buying a Volvo V60 CC this week end, so excited!

      about 6 hours ago
    • DARRIONetwork
      DARRIONetwork

      2018 or 2019 Cadillac CTS

      about 1 day ago
    • John S
      John S

      In response to the dash glare, I had terrible dash glare on my car & put a custom dash mat (carpet) on the dash and it eliminated the glare, huge improvement 👍

      about 4 days ago
    • Ramzi Abdullah
      Ramzi Abdullah

      Beautiful car, beautiful looking place, where is this?

      about 4 days ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Ramzi Abdullah

      Sunset Beach NC

      about 4 days ago
    • Nicholas Sahala
      Nicholas Sahala

      Nice car

      about 6 days ago
    • Bextar636
      Bextar636

      Your review is not helping sales....

      about 7 days ago
    • David Jakubiak
      David Jakubiak In reply to Bextar636

      Right! Lol

      about 3 hours ago
    • Kristopher Hall
      Kristopher Hall

      Thanks for the detailed test drive, Mike. Great quality as usual.

      about 7 days ago
    • Southern Comfort
      Southern Comfort

      Will change speeds in adaptive cruise control?

      about 7 days ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Southern Comfort

      Yes

      about 7 days ago
    • papoopa5800
      papoopa5800

      Hey Mike, I’m contemplating between the new G20 BMW 330i and the Volvo S60 T5. I intend to use the car for 10 years. Which of the two will be more reliable and age better with time?

      about 7 days ago
    • Andrei Roman
      Andrei Roman

      Top Tip: the dashboard distractions in the windshield can be mitigated (entirely almost) by wearing polarized sunglasses. Concerns related to the LCDs in the car not working with the polarization might not be a problem. New LCD displays should work with this type of sunglasses.

      about 7 days ago
    • Andrei Roman
      Andrei Roman In reply to Andrei Roman

      +MikesCarInfo That would be because the HUD is still a reflection of a part down on (or in, rather) the dashboard (a screen, if you will). The rest of the LCDs on board in the car (gauge cluster or the infotainment) should not be affected.

      about 7 days ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Andrei Roman

      In my V90 video I showed how the HUD disappeared when wearing polarized sunglasses.

      about 7 days ago
    • Bextar636
      Bextar636 In reply to Andrei Roman

      A dash pad would solve the problem..

      about 7 days ago
    • Rashaud L.
      Rashaud L.

      These would be a good addition to your channel.

      about 7 days ago
    • Jared Stephenson
      Jared Stephenson

      The way it was explained to me, is that the speed limit is from the navigation, not necessarily reading signs. This is usually evident when I’m in an area where they’ve changed the speed limit. It usually takes a while for the system to update and reflect the correct limit.

      about 7 days ago
    • Jared Stephenson
      Jared Stephenson In reply to Jared Stephenson

      I mean, I own the car, but what do I know? 🙄

      about 6 days ago
    • MikesCarInfo
      MikesCarInfo In reply to Jared Stephenson

      It just uses the signs. It would probably be much better if it used a both signs and GPS. The last speed limit sign on the way to my house is in a school zone. The 35mph school zone sign stays on the dash for another 3 miles all the way to my driveway.

      about 7 days ago
    • Feisty Finn
      Feisty Finn In reply to Jared Stephenson

      The system can only display speed limit that it sees. You won’t expect it to change the displayed speed limit immediately when you turn into a street with a new speed limit.

      about 7 days ago
    • Joes Golden Garage
      Joes Golden Garage

      Those seats are so freakin cool. I hope to actually see some of these on the road. I have never seen a v90 wagon on the road and it’s been out 2 /3 years now? I thought a new Mercedes wagon is rare. But not as elusive as the new Volvo wagons! Lol.

      about 7 days ago
    • J High
      J High

      All about that Volvo love 😍😍

      about 8 days ago
    • DANIEL ALEXANDER
      DANIEL ALEXANDER

      The interior is flawless Mike, I would probably wear gloves🧤 to drive😉

      about 8 days ago