Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden

by Adam Lynton
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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.






by Adam Lynton
Facelifted Volvo S60 Spied in Sweden
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