Volvo has teased the new-gen XC60 ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. The new-gen model is based on the Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) design platform that is also used by the XC90. Visually, it appears to be a smaller version of the XC90 and the automaker will be showcasing the vehicle in production form at the upcoming even due to held on March 7, 2017.
The upcoming Volvo XC60 is expected to come with a range of turbocharged four-cylinder engine options. The vehicle might get 2.0-litre petrol engine which generates 254bhp of power and a 1.5-liter, turbocharged, three-cylinder petrol engine that maybe paired to an electric motor to generate a combined power output of 250bhp. Post launch, it is expected to compete strongly against the Audi Q5, Mercedes GLC and the BMW X3.
As for design, based on what can be seen, the vehicle is expected to get Thor's Hammer LED daytime running lights and Volvo’s signature vertical slat grille. The rear section also features Volvo's signature vertical LED taillamps. As compared to outgoing model, the new-gen model is expected to be more spacious, new touchscreen infotainment system and premium upholstery.
Additional details about the vehicle will be known post unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. Click here to see how the upcoming car might look in production form.