New Volvo S60: first images

Production Cars 10 Nov 2009
New Volvo S60: first images

Volvo has released the first images of the new S60 model, the dynamic four-door sedan based on the S60 Concept unveiled at Detroit and set to debut at Geneva 2010. Among the innovative features is the Pedestrian Detection system.


The first official pictures of the all-new Volvo S60 show a sporty and sculpted design with a coupé-like silhouette that is strongly based on the S60 Concept presented at the last Detroit Motor Show.

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The new Volvo S60 The Volvo S60 Concept

The Volvo S60 will be equipped with the Pedestrian Detection system – a safety feature that can detect pedestrians in front of the car and brake automatically if the driver doesn’t react in time.

The all-new S60 – defined by the carmaker as "sportier and more dynamic than any previous Volvo car" – will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2010. Production of the sporty sedan will start early summer 2010 at Volvo Cars’ plant in Gent, Belgium.

(Source: Volvo)

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