2019 Volvo XC60 T5 Momentum AWD SUV Interior and Exterior Overview

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New XC60 Park Pilot Assist

Our product specialist Alex demonstrating Park Pilot Assist on the New XC60. We have recorded the Park Pilot Assist demonstration outside the vehicle and also inside for a clear view on how this works. Park Assist Pilot checks first if a space is sufficiently big and thereafter helps the driver to turn the steering wheel and manoeuvre the car into the space. The centre display indicates with symbols, graphics and text the various operations to be carried out and when to do so. Park Assist Pilot offers automatic reversing into a parking bay as well as entering and exiting a parallel parking spot. The functionality takes over and operates the steering wheel while the driver handles the gearbox and controls the car’s speed. The display guides the driver step by step via texts and animations in the instrument cluster until the car is parked.

2019 Volvo XC60 T5 R-Design AWD SUV Full Car Overview

Buy a Volvo crossover for safety, sure, but style, performance, and premium-grade luxury? The compact 2019 XC60 makes its case erhaps the re-introduction of a front-wheel-drive model, but little else of consequence as the newest version of Volvo’s premium compact crossover enters its sophomore season. The XC60 was fully redesigned for model-year 2018, gaining elegant new styling, a roomier and more upscale cabin, additional safety features, and a plug-in-hybrid-powertrain option. This second-generation XC60 debuted with all-wheel-drive (AWD) standard across the board. It’s 2010-2017 predecessor was available with front-wheel drive and Volvo could offer sunbelt buyers a lower price of entry for model-year 2019 by returning a front-drive edition at $2,000 or so cheaper than its AWD counterpart. Otherwise, this five-seater will return largely unaltered, again slotting into Volvo’s crossover lineup between the subcompact XC40 and midsize, seven-passenger XC90. Unless you’re in the market for a possible front-wheel-drive version, you probably shouldn’t. A front-drive model would likely save you some dough at purchase time and perhaps through slightly higher fuel economy — at some sacrifice to the all-weather security of AWD traction. Aside from that, and maybe a new paint color or two, Volvo isn’t apt to alter a formula that earned the ‘18 XC60 critical and commercial favor. The ’19 should repeat a lineup that offers three levels of trim – volume-selling Momentum, sporty R-Design, and uplevel Inscription – each available with a choice of engines ranging from 250 horsepower to 400. Every 2019 XC60 should also return with amenities such as leather upholstery and a panoramic moonroof as standard, along with a full suite of safety features, including optional semi-autonomous driving. Waiting for the ’19 XC60 would almost certainly mean paying higher asking prices for essentially an unchanged vehicle. On the upside, the ‘19’s styling and features will remain relevant at least until model-year 2021 or ’22, when the XC60 would be due a midcycle freshening. Note also that if you like the XC60’s basic design but fancy it in a sleeker form, waiting for the 2019 model year would enable you to audition the 2019 V60 Cross Country, a station-wagon-based crossover with a lower profile than the XC60. There may be a fresh color choice or two, but nothing else will change. Thanks in large measure to its new platform, today’s XC60 boasts comelier lines and more contemporary proportions than the first generation. It’s two 2 lower, but nearly 2 inches longer, more than 4 inches wider and, significantly has a 3.6-inch-longer wheelbase. Expanding that span between the front and rear axles not only helped stance and stability by pushing the wheels to the vehicle’s corners, it resulted in an additional 4.5 inches of sorely needed rear legroom, putting this Volvo among the class leaders for back-seat accommodations. Every ’19 XC60 will return with LED headlights and taillamps, the former sporting the “Thor’s Hammer” t-shaped light piping first seen on the XC90. All will also have roof rails and a power liftgate, with visual differences again running to 18-inch alloy wheels on the Momentum, 19s on the R-Design and Inscription, with sizes up to 22 inches (and summer performance tires) available as options that for 2018 cost up to $4,375. The R-Design should again be distinguished by darkened exterior details and more aggressive lower front air intakes, while the Inscription returns with more brightwork. The plug-in hybrid can also be identified by the fuel-filler-type door in its left front fender that accesses its electric-power port. Inside, all ’19 XC60s will again feature a central-dashboard infotainment touchscreen that’s oriented portrait-style. The display is 9-inches in diameter, or a generous 12.3 with the imbedded navigation system that for 2018 was optional on the Momentum and standard on the other models. Expect the return of aluminum inlays in the Momentum, metal mesh in the R-Design, and a choice of metal or classy driftwood veneer in the Inscription. The R-Design should also return with Nubuck-and-Nappa-leather upholstery and front buckets with extra bolstering. Any 2019 XC60 cabin should again present an impressive environment rich with details like diamond-faceted control knobs, colander-aluminum speaker grilles, and a crystal gearshift for the plug-in hybrid model. Absence of a central controller, however, compels you to interact with the touchscreen for virtually all navigation, audio, connectivity, and climate functions. That’s often distracting, although some functions can be governed via steering-wheel buttons or voice commands.

Park Assist Pilot of 2018 Volvo XC60 T8 R-Design fully ENGAGED!

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2018 Volvo XC60 review | What Car?

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All-New 2019 Volvo XC60 T5 R-Design 4WD Luxury SUV Product Overview

The Volvo XC60 underwent a full redesign for the 2018 model year. Because this look is still so fresh, we anticipate a complete carryover when the 2019 XC60 debuts. As a carryover, we expect the 2019 XC60’s exterior to remain exactly the same. This shouldn’t pose even the slightest issue, as the vehicle's redesign took inspiration from the popular XC90 -- and by “inspiration,” we mean it’s almost literally a scaled-down version. The same goes for the interior, as we anticipate its upgraded cabin to remain completely unchanged. The array of standard features included with the 2019 XC60 should be the same as the 2018 model. If this is true, look for its base T5 Momentum trim to come standard with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights, automatic high beams, a power liftgate, leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, automatic dual-zone climate control, a 10-speaker audio system, and more. We also expect the 2019 Volvo XC60’s under-hood bits to remain completely unchanged. Look for the T5 models to continue with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 250 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Moving up to the T6 adds a turbocharged and supercharged 2.0-liter with 316 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. Finally, the T8 offers a 2.0-liter supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder and an electric motor to create 400 hp and 472 lb-ft of torque. All three powertrain options will include an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Volvo has a long-standing tradition of offering some of the safest vehicles on the road, and this continues with the current XC60. It is an IIHS Top Safety Pick+, and with no changes in the works, we expect this to remain the same in the 2019 XC60. There is no official release date yet for the 2019 XC60, but we expect to see it in the fall of 2018. Pricing also remains uncertain for now, but with no changes in store, we don’t expect to see any big pricing swing. The 2019 XC60’s price range should be similar to the 2018 model’s $42,495 to $57,695 range (destination fees included). The key competition for the 2019 XC60 will include the 2018 BMW X3, the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class, and the Jaguar F-Pace.

Perhaps the re-introduction of a front-wheel-drive model, but little else of consequence as the newest version of Volvo’s premium compact crossover enters its sophomore season. The XC60 was fully redesigned for model-year 2018, gaining elegant new styling, a roomier and more upscale cabin, additional safety features, and a plug-in-hybrid-powertrain option.

This second-generation XC60 debuted with all-wheel-drive (AWD) standard across the board. It’s 2010-2017 predecessor was available with front-wheel drive and Volvo could offer sunbelt buyers a lower price of entry for model-year 2019 by returning a front-drive edition at $2,000 or so cheaper than its AWD counterpart. Otherwise, this five-seater will return largely unaltered, again slotting into Volvo’s crossover lineup between the subcompact XC40 and midsize, seven-passenger XC90.

Unless you’re in the market for a possible front-wheel-drive version, you probably shouldn’t. A front-drive model would likely save you some dough at purchase time and perhaps through slightly higher fuel economy — at some sacrifice to the all-weather security of AWD traction.

Aside from that, and maybe a new paint color or two, Volvo isn’t apt to alter a formula that earned the ‘18 XC60 critical and commercial favor. The ’19 should repeat a lineup that offers three levels of trim – volume-selling Momentum, sporty R-Design, and uplevel Inscription – each available with a choice of engines ranging from 250 horsepower to 400. Every 2019 XC60 should also return with amenities such as leather upholstery and a panoramic moonroof as standard, along with a full suite of safety features, including optional semi-autonomous driving.

Waiting for the ’19 XC60 would almost certainly mean paying higher asking prices for essentially an unchanged vehicle. On the upside, the ‘19’s styling and features will remain relevant at least until model-year 2021 or ’22, when the XC60 would be due a midcycle freshening. Note also that if you like the XC60’s basic design but fancy it in a sleeker form, waiting for the 2019 model year would enable you to audition the 2019 V60 Cross Country, a station-wagon-based crossover with a lower profile than the XC60.

There may be a fresh color choice or two, but nothing else will change. Thanks in large measure to its new platform, today’s XC60 boasts comelier lines and more contemporary proportions than the first generation. It’s two 2 lower, but nearly 2 inches longer, more than 4 inches wider and, significantly has a 3.6-inch-longer wheelbase. Expanding that span between the front and rear axles not only helped stance and stability by pushing the wheels to the vehicle’s corners, it resulted in an additional 4.5 inches of sorely needed rear legroom, putting this Volvo among the class leaders for back-seat accommodations.

Every ’19 XC60 will return with LED headlights and taillamps, the former sporting the “Thor’s Hammer” t-shaped light piping first seen on the XC90. All will also have roof rails and a power liftgate, with visual differences again running to 18-inch alloy wheels on the Momentum, 19s on the R-Design and Inscription, with sizes up to 22 inches (and summer performance tires) available as options that for 2018 cost up to $4,375. The R-Design should again be distinguished by darkened exterior details and more aggressive lower front air intakes, while the Inscription returns with more brightwork. The plug-in hybrid can also be identified by the fuel-filler-type door in its left front fender that accesses its electric-power port.

Inside, all ’19 XC60s will again feature a central-dashboard infotainment touchscreen that’s oriented portrait-style. The display is 9-inches in diameter, or a generous 12.3 with the imbedded navigation system that for 2018 was optional on the Momentum and standard on the other models. Expect the return of aluminum inlays in the Momentum, metal mesh in the R-Design, and a choice of metal or classy driftwood veneer in the Inscription. The R-Design should also return with Nubuck-and-Nappa-leather upholstery and front buckets with extra bolstering.

Any 2019 XC60 cabin should again present an impressive environment rich with details like diamond-faceted control knobs, colander-aluminum speaker grilles, and a crystal gearshift for the plug-in hybrid model. Absence of a central controller, however, compels you to interact with the touchscreen for virtually all navigation, audio, connectivity, and climate functions. That’s often distracting, although some functions can be governed via steering-wheel buttons or voice commands.

Passenger space will remain a high point, with an especially commodious and supportive rear seat. Unfortunately, we couldn’t dial in an appropriate balance of comfort and support with the multi-adjustable front buckets available in the Inscription’s

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