V60 Cross Country Facelift
Estimated Price : ₹ 40 Lakh - ₹ 50 Lakh
Expected Launch : September 2022
upto 13 kmpl
2.0 L Smart Hybrid
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Volvo will provide a variety of appealing alternatives for the 2021 model year. The 2021 Volvo S90, a premium sedan with intellect, muscle, and beauty, is one of the top new vehicles guaranteed to make prospective customers crane their necks. So, what's the big deal with the Volvo S90 in 2021 and who’s giving the discounts. That is a simple question to respond to. The thrill has been turned up to 12 with the S90's beautiful simplicity, fuel-efficient engine that nevertheless packs a punch, and jaw-dropping combination of standard technology and safety features. Car Lelo brings you a variety of dealership networks right at your fingertips. Finding deals and buying cars are now made easy. Taking a trip in the 2021 Volvo S90 reveals one of the car's most appealing features: the roomy, comfy interior. It's not overly opulent, instead relying on subtle lines and simplicity to entice potential purchasers in. There's plenty to like about the upmarket materials, stunning 9" infotainment display, and digital driver information cluster. The T6 engine, which comes standard, is supercharged and turbocharged, producing 316 horsepower. Given all of that muscle, the estimated combined gas mileage of 25 mpg is excellent. The Volvo S90 may also be equipped with a hybrid drivetrain, making it even easier to save time and money at the gas station. You might be wondering how the Volvo S90 in 2021 intends to keep you secure. Another simple one. A strong sense of security is provided by standard safety technologies such as automated emergency braking with forward-collision warning, lane-keep assist, and adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving. The Audi A6 is already behind the curve with a higher price, starting at 62 Lakhs INR. Luckily Car Lelo continues to offer the best deals on luxury cars. Even though the base power plant has only 248 horsepower, it achieves marginally higher gas mileage. Furthermore, there is no true hybrid option, which is a significant disadvantage for environmentally conscientious purchasers. The A6 has a variety of basic safety features as well, although it lacks the adaptive cruise control and semi-autonomous driving that the Volvo S90 delivers. The BMW 530i, falls behind the Volvo S90 in terms of pricing yet again. There's also the uninspiring cabin, which lacks the spaciousness of the S90, as well as the lack of standard safety equipment. The 530i likewise falls short in terms of horsepower while narrowly outperforming the S90 in terms of fuel efficiency. Aside from the larger 12.3" infotainment display, the 530i falls short of the S90 in almost all other areas. Car Lelo makes your wishes come real this fall of 2021. Best deals on Volvo cars await our valuable customers.
Unlike its main competitors, Swedish automaker Volvo currently lacks a full-sized EV in its line-up. The company makes only a few smaller EVs like the C40 Recharge and the XC40 Recharge. However, this is all set to change with the reveal of Volvo’s flagship EV SUV, the EX90 on 9th of November 2022. Though further details are under wraps, the automaker claims the new model will offer the best standard safety features of any Volvo to date. Volvo EX90: Safety Features Volvo says the trick to better Safety Features is an improved "understanding" of both the driver and the environment. The new EX90 is reported to feature an array of cutting-edge sensors including radar, LiDAR and cameras. Inside, capacitive steering wheel sensors and cameras will detect inattentiveness and gradually take stricter actions to protect you, including bringing the vehicle to a complete stop at the side of the road and calling for help. Some of the safety features coming in the new Volvo EX90 have been seen before. GM’s Super Cruise checks if your eyes are on the road, while Tesla vehicles will disable Autopilot and come to a halt if your hands aren’t on the steering wheel. Volvo is hoping that it offers the best safeguards among the competition, and LiDAR may provide an advantage. It's safe to say the EX90 will represent a change of tack. Instead of competing with the Tesla Model Y and other 'entry' luxury SUVs or crossovers, Volvo is more likely to aim squarely at the high end. This vehicle could serve as a halo product that draws EV buyers to the brand, even if they ultimately buy something more affordable. Read Also: Volvo Launches 2022 XC40 and XC90 Facelift in India Volvo EX90: Powertrain Details The Volvo EX90 is expected to come with an all-new powertrain set-up. Since the electric SUV is underpinned by a new platform, expect it to be different to the powertrains offered on the likes of the C40, XC40 and Polestar 2 EVs. All-wheel-drive is expected to be standard in the new EX90. Volvo will offer multiple battery sizes on its new EVs, including standard and long-range versions. The latter is capable of up to 498km between charges. Read Also: Volvo XC40 Recharge Launched at Rs 55.90 Lakh in India
Volvo India today launched the updated versions of XC40 and XC90 SUVs in the country. The smaller XC40 gets a mid-life facelift while the changes to the XC90 are limited to a new infotainment unit. 2022 Volvo XC40 Facelift: Pricing and Variants The new XC40 SUV is now available at an introductory price of Rs 43.20 lakh (ex-showroom). This mouth-watering deal price is only available for the festive season; post that, the price will be updated to Rs 45.90 lakh (ex-showroom). The new car will be sold alongside the existing model at a discounted price of Rs 41.99 lakh (ex-showroom) until stocks last. Unlike the pre-facelifted version, the new model will be sold in a single B4 Ultimate trim. 2022 Volvo XC40 Facelift: Powertrain Powering the facelifted Volvo XC40 is the 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine paired to a 48V mild hybrid system. The combined power output from the system is rated at 197 bhp and 300 Nm. The new mild-hybrid system comes mated to an 8-speed torque converter automatic transmission, that channels power to the front wheels of the SUV. 2022 Volvo XC40 Facelift: Changes to the Exterior, Interiors and Features The new Volvo XC40 gets minor cosmetic updates, which include redesigned front grille finished in gloss black, a tweaked headlamp assembly with Thor’s Hammer-shaped LED DRLs and a new gloss black fog lamp housing. Other changes include a reworked front and rear bumper with skid plate. Towards the side we get a rather simple looking 5 spoke 18-inch alloy wheels. On the inside, the overall dashboard layout remains the same, but get new wooden treatment. In addition to the new wooden treatment, the car also gets Crystal gear level knob, 2 USB type-C ports and an updated 9-inch Android infotainment system which supports Google Maps, Voice Assistant and Google Playstore. Features additions to the new model include Advanced Air Purifier, Active Noise Cancellation, Blind Spot Information System with CTA (Cross Traffic Alert), Collision Mitigation Support, adaptive cruise control, 14 speakers Harman Kardon Sound System among others. The XC40 takes on the likes of BMW X1, Audi Q3 and Mercedes Benz GLA in its segment. Along with the facelifted model of the XC40, Volvo cars also launched an updated version of the XC90 for 2022. 2022 Volvo XC90 Facelift: New Pricing and Changes The updates on the Volvo XC90 are limited to a new Google-based Infotainment system supporting Google Maps, Voice Assistant and Google Playstore. Other changes include the addition of a Gen-2 Graphical Head-up display, 2 USB type-C connectors, wired Apple CarPlay, Park Assist (Front, Rear and Side) and Volvo Support. The Volvo XC90 is only available with a single 2.0-litre mild-hybrid petrol engine which puts out 300 bhp and 420 Nm of peak torque. Volvo doesn’t offer the plug-in hybrid powertrain with the updated model. Read Also: Volvo XC40 Recharge Launched at Rs 55.90 Lakh in India The new flagship SUV now costs Rs. 94.90 lakh (ex-showroom).
The price of the upcoming Volvo V60 Cross Country is expected to start from Rs 40 lakh (ex-showroom).
The estimated launch date of the upcoming Volvo V60 Cross Country is set around September 2022.
The V60 Cross Country will be reintroduced in India soon with updates to its powertrain and design. The four-wheeler will be offered as a plug-in hybrid model only at launch with electric versions following soon.
The Volvo V60 Cross Country will go up against the KIA Carnival and ISUZU mu-X in its segment.