SWEDISH HEART, SUV SOUL
The new Volvo XC60
Refined strength, progressive technology. An SUV designed around you.
The dynamic Swedish SUV
The XC60, our mid-size SUV, epitomises Scandinavian design and Swedish creativity. Beautifully crafted, packed with innovative technology, and with a chassis that balances comfort and control, this is the SUV designed around you.
THE VOLVO XC60 IN 360°
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Explore the interior and exterior of the Volvo XC60 with our interactive 360° view.
The XC60 highlights
The XC60 is now available with Mild-Hybrid technology, which reduces emissions, improves fuel economy and gives you a boost in performance.
Comfort for all
The XC60 has five supportive, thoughtfully designed seats that mean you and your passengers always travel in comfort.
Strong by design
Uncluttered lines and beautiful details meet with SUV toughness and a dynamic stance to make the XC60 a car with a strong, refined character.
A practical space
The XC60 is spacious and versatile, with a load compartment volume of 505 litres to the top of the rear backrests and 1432 litres with the backrests folded.
THE XC60 IN DETAIL
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Discover the XC60, the award-winning SUV that pushes the boundaries of style and innovation.
Make it yours
Create your perfect Volvo XC60. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories.
The race to the horizon
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