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Volvo V60 sports sedan

Volvo V60 is the automobile for people who need the skillfulness of an estate but want the touch of a sports sedan. The new Volvo S60 outline is a visual message that this is no ordinary estate. The Volvo V60 presents a energizing driving experience. Patrik Widerstrand says: "We're really proud of the standard Dynamic chassis. It offers a responsive, in-command driving experience and we genuinely believe that it's one of the best in the segment,"

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The rear seats of Volvo V60 can be folded down with one simple movement in three 40/20/40 segments. Sensus is the name Volvo utilize for all its HMI (Human Machine Interface) functionality and the all-new Sensus Connected Touch is the current addition. Sensus gives the user access to full Internet browsing, streaming of music, on-line radio with thousands of transmissions from all over the world, on-line Map and Search, Embedded Connected 3D navigation with online traffic information and dangerous zone informations, Free Parking locator, weather information, a number of native and web applications, App Store for new functions and updates as well as a Volvo service locator.

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Patrik Widerstrand says: "You can find the track you want just by saying its name. The voice-activated system works on all music sources connected to the Sensus Connected Touch," "TripInfo is another great feature that can read out Wikipedia information about interesting points along the route via the audio system."

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The new Volvo S60 with a manual gearbox has fuel consumption of 4.0 l/100 km translating into CO2 emissions of only 106 g/km. The corresponding figures for a Volvo S60 using the automatic gearbox are 4.1 l/100 km and 107 g/km.

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The S60, V60 and XC60 are available with outer rear view mirrors with auto dim and a rain sensor. Thomas Broberg, Senior Safety Advisor at Volvo Car Group says: "As the leader in automotive safety, we have reduced the risk of being involved in an accident or being injured in one of our latest car models by abound 50 per cent since the year 2000. By continuously introducing new preventive and protective systems, we keep moving towards our safety vision that nobody should die or suffer serious injuries in a new Volvo car by the year 2020,"

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