Volvo at the Detroit auto show will present three cars. The XC90, the S60 Cross Country, and the S60 Inscription, which is nothing other than the long version of the S60 manufactured in China and sold already there.
The S60 Inscription for the American market will be built in China, having a longer wheelbase by 9 centimeters, compared to the simple S60, offering more space for the rear passengers. It is equipped with new 19 inch wheels, recessed lighting at the interior, wood, leather and metal decorations and a sunroof. The more expensive versions will feature the Sensu infotainment system, bi-xenon lights and a Harman Kardon sound system. The car will be available with the T5 engine, in both front-wheel drive and a four-wheel drive versions.