Through this system, the XC60 can initiate features like automatic braking, detection of other road users, and the Pilot Assist function that can support the driver as the XC60 reaches highway speeds.
Visually, the XC60 gets an updated grille, a redesigned front bumper, and a fresh selection of colors and wheel options. These upgrades are barely noticeable, but then again, not much change was needed as the XC60 is an especially stylish SUV. The cabin, already one of the most tranquil in the class, gains new materials like leather-free upholstery and a greater scope for personalization.
The 2022 Volvo XC60 will go into production from the end of May this year. For now, pricing hasn’t yet been made available.