For the powertrain, XC90, XC40 and V60 Cross Country finally get Volvo’s base 48-volt engine mixture support. This means that every Volvo sold will have some degree of electrification as standard, and of course dip into the mixture and all-electric versions of some of its models continue to be offered.
Availability of Google’s Android-based infotainment system is also expanding to gas-powered XC40 models as well. S60 and V60 Models. As well as electrification, this update means every Volvo gets the same kind of infotainment. New infotainment system perks include the ability to run apps and features like Google Maps and Voice Assistant natively in the infotainment system, instead of needing to use the phone. It also allows over-the-air updates so that older models can still have the latest functions.
Rounding out the updates are some styling changes for certain models. The S60 and V60 models get a new grille and rear bumper inserts. Features of XC40 New headlights, front bumper and grille. New color and wheels are offered for all models and Volvo has removed the trim level designations for all cars.
The updated Volvo models will enter production this summer. Pricing has yet to be announced.