Volvo S60

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Volvo S60 is a car produced by Volvo from 2000 to the present day. It entered its second generation in 2010.

Volvo S60 III (2019)[change | change source]

Production will begin in late 2018 in Ridgeville, South Carolina. A 2.3 million square foot plant will build approximately 60,000 vehicles per year for the US and export markets. The capacity can go up to 100,000 vehicles per year if demand requires it. The plant is the sixth Volvo, which joins two European sites, two Chinese and one Malaysian. It is expected that about 2,000 workers staff the plant. In April 2017, the construction company completed the construction of the complex's hull.

The third-generation S60 will have the hybrid powertrain and will be one of the five new electric models launched in 2019 with the second generation V60 and a fully electric sports coupe. The third generation of S60 and V60 will also be available as Polestar models. Production will begin in late 2018 in Ridgeville, South Carolina. A 2.3 million square foot factory will build approximately 60,000 vehicles per year for the US and export markets. The capacity can reach 100,000 vehicles per year if demand so demands. The plant is Volvo's sixth, linking two European sites, two Chinese and one Malaysian. It is expected that about 2,000 workers of the plant. In April 2017, the construction company completed the construction of the complex's hull.

The third generation of the S60 will have the hybrid powertrain and will be one of five new electric models launched in 2019 with the second generation of the V60 and a fully electric sports coupe. The third generation of the S60 and V60 will also be available as models.