Posted on: Jan 26, 2013 | 12,072 reads

Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden

Refreshed S60 sedan looks to be getting a new front fascia and updated instrument cluster.
The refreshed 2014 Volvo S60 has been caught winter testing in its home country of Sweden with a heavily camouflaged front fascia. As always, the area wearing the most cladding has the most to hide. And under all that camo we expect to find a front end with styling cues from the V40 including a new front bumper, revised grille and single-frame headlights akin to those on the XC60. No changes appear to have been made to the back, although minor tweaks to the bumper and taillight design are expected.
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An interior shot reveals a brand-new instrument cluster mirroring that in the V40 with a large tachometer incorporating a digital display for the speedometer. However no changes are anticipated under the hood, with the S60's turbocharged inline-five unit continuing to churn out 250 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque.
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden



by Adam Lynton
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
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