- volvo will be rolling out updated versions of the s60 and v60 for 2023.
- the styling is slightly different, while the interior gets volvo's android-based infotainment system.
- u.s. details aren't available yet, but we expect these models to arrive within the next few months.
volvo's 60-series sedan and wagon models will be freshened for the 2023 model year with updated styling and a new infotainment system. the s60 sedan and v60 and v60 cross country wagons all get a facelift, as seen in these photos, along with the android-based touchscreen infotainment first seen on the electric xc40 recharge and polestar 2.
the design changes take a keen eye to spot and appear to include reshaped front and rear bumpers and new wheel options. inside, the new software means different graphics and menu structure for the central touchscreen display. volvo has yet to release more details on exactly which other changes this update entails but a spokesperson told c/d that more u.s.-specific information on the 2023 models would be available later in the spring.
we don't expect any changes to the s60's powertrain options, as it just received a new 48-volt hybrid b5 designation for 2022. the plug-in-hybrid model also gained a larger battery pack and more powerful electric motor recently. the 2023 v60 cross country may adopt this b5 powertrain as well, as it's currently only available with the old nonhybrid t5 turbo-four. the v60 wagon without the cross country model's cladding and suspension lift is only available in the u.s. in the 415-hp recharge polestar engineered plug-in-hybrid configuration.
look for more specs and information to come soon, including pricing which likely will rise slightly compared with the 2022 s60's $40,295 and the v60 cross country's $47,295 starting prices.