Cars & Concepts: Future Product Pipeline
You must be an Automotive News subscriber to access Pipeline updates and brand product timelines. Click here to see all subscription options.
Tracking Changes to Tomorrow's Cars. The future Product Pipeline allows you to stay up to date on current and new brand products, along with changes and other features. 2017-2018 Future Product Editorial »

Brand Product Timelines

Click the brand to view complete timeline or view all. Bookmark your page to stay updated on automakers' product portfolios

Search the Pipeline

Updated: 10/01/18
Volvo V60

Segment: Compact Luxury

Drivetrain option(s): FWD/AWD

Powertrain(s): Gasoline

Redesign 2019

The second-generation compact wagon, which looks like a smaller V90, will arrive in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2019. It will be available with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine turbocharged to produce 250 hp for the front-wheel-drive T5 version or turbocharged and supercharged to generate 316 hp for the all-wheel-drive T6 and a eight-speed automatic transmission.

Addition 2019

The 2020 V60 Cross Country has all the design cues that have been staples of Volvo's Cross Country variants: increased ground clearance, black body cladding, Cross Country-specific chassis and suspension as well as standard all-wheel drive. The V60 Cross Country, now on Volvo's Scalable Product Architecture platform, is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 250 hp.

For tips or to update information, contact Jack Walsworth at

Brand Product Timeline: Volvo


2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
S60 Redesign
V60 Redesign
XC90 Freshen
S90 Freshen
XC60 Freshen

Email Newsletters
  • General newsletters
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Mondays)
  • (As needed)
  • Video newscasts
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Weekdays)
  • (Saturdays)
  • Special interest newsletters
  • (Thursdays)
  • (Tuesdays)
  • (Monthly)
  • (Monthly)
  • (Wednesdays)
  • (Bimonthly)
  • Special reports
  • (As needed)
  • (As needed)
  • Communication preferences
  • You can unsubscribe at any time through links in these emails. For more information, see our Privacy Policy.