2017 Volvo XC60 has been leaked in a single image posted on a Dutch blog the day before, was revealed at the Geneva motor show.
While not confirmed by Volvo, the auto photo similarities with spotted development of cars and the thumbnail images (see gallery) suggest that it is genuine.
Mid-size SUV inherits the appearance of its big sister, the XC90, with recognisable ‘Thor’s Hammer’ daytime running lights that will be separated by a large rectangular grid. The car gets a rear corner, rear door with vertical lights along the C-pillars, as the XC90, suggesting the cabin will be, in addition, share many features.
These will probably include a central infotainment system flanked by large air vents, and a digital dashboard display behind the steering wheel, instead of the traditional dials.
Under the hood of the most powerful XC60s will be the 2.0-liter diesel and petrol engines. The 2.4 litre D5 engine from the current XC60 will probably be interrupted, as Volvo moves to downsize its group range.
The brand T5 three-cylinder hybrid system, even if not yet confirmed, is likely to feature in the new XC60. It will be shared with the XC40, which is located below the XC60 Volvo’s growing SUV range.
As A result of the XC60 reveal next month, will be on sale at a price of about £ 35,000, which aligns closely with its main rivals the BMW X3 and Audi Q5.