Volvo’s best-selling crossover is getting a reworking, which we already saw last month at the Geneva Motor Show. Volvo has since confirmed the new crossover will make its U.S. debut next week at the New York Auto Show. Along with the reveal plans, Volvo has also confirmed some details regarding the U.S. version.
Stateside buyers will be able to select from T5, T6 and T8 TwinEngine trim levels. Both the T5 and T6 will utilize Volvo’s well-known 2.0-liter engine with the T5 being a 250 horsepower turbocharged version, while the T6 pairs a supercharger as well to bump to 316 horsepower. The top tier T8 TwinEngine will stack the T6 engine with a plug-in hybrid system to generate a whopping 400 horsepower.
Also in typical Volvo fashion, the U.S. version of the XC60 will feature partial self-driving technology and Volvo’s sexy design theme shared with the 90 series cars.
Volvo is also slated to reveal some minor changes to the 2018 S90 during the New York show next week.