The China-made Volvo S60 has made its debut stateside today at NAIAS and it will be commercialized as the S60 Inscription.
The China-made Volvo S60L has made its debut stateside today at NAIAS and it will be commercialized as the S60 Inscription.
Back in November 2013 at the Guangzhou Motor Show in China we saw Volvo's S60L which featured a wheelbase stretched by 3.2 inches to 112.5 inches. Now, the model has arrived in United States as the S60 Inscription and it offers an additional 3.4 inches of legroom for rear passengers which they say it's a best-in-class figure.
Aside from the greater distance between the axles, the model has also received bespoke 19-inch wheels, interior accent lighting, Linear Walnut trim, silk metal detailing along with Inscription-branded tread plates. It will be offered as a Premier version with a sunroof, leather upholstery and the Sensus Navigation package while the more expensive Platinum model adds Harman Kardon audio system, bi-xenon headlights and a full Sensus technology package.
Imported from China, the Volvo S60 Inscription will be available with a T5 engine in both FWD and AWD versions.