The new Volvo V60 Inscription
Exclusive design and materials, contemporary Scandinavian style. Discover our view of luxury.
The new V60 INSCRIPTION
An exclusive expression
The new V60 Inscription is an exclusive expression of modern Swedish luxury. Exterior design cues such as additional chrome trim, special alloy wheels and integrated tail pipes enhance the dynamic elegance of the new V60. Inside, soft leather trim and meticulously crafted details create a refined ambience, while intuitive technology makes every journey connected and enjoyable.
Inscription trim in detailBuild your own new V60 Inscription
The new V60 is immediately recognisable through exclusive chrome exterior trim for the vertical front grille bars, lower outer grilles and side windows
Driftwood decor – a unique wood treatment that references our Swedish heritage – enhances the sense of modern luxury in the new V60 Inscription.
Rich leather upholstery covers the seats, door panels and the centre armrest.
Explore your new V60 trim
The new V60 Inscription
Beautifully crafted modern Swedish luxury
The new V60 Momentum
Exclusive style and a high level of technology
Sporty looks and dynamic drive
V60 Cross Country
The spirit of adventure
Designed for life
In the new Volvo V60, modern Scandinavian design and a focus on innovation help you make the most of every moment. T. Jon Mayer, who was lead designer for the car, invites you inside the modern Volvo estate.
Power for every moment
The calmness, the freedom, the confidence: the innovative T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid powertrain in the Volvo V432 is designed for each and every moment.
The race to the horizon
The fascinating background and history of the Volvo Ocean Race have turned it into one of the best-known and toughest endurance races in the sporting calendar. For four and a half decades, participants have challenging themselves and each other as they sail its course. In this article, we will trace the race back to its beginning - and beyond, looking at the developments that shaped modern sea travel and made it possible in the first place. We trace the history of the race all the way back to the opening of the Panama and Suez canals, and then how - decades later - Robin Knox-Johnson became the first man to sail single-handedly round the planet. We then describe the foundation of the race in the 70s, and the developments that turned it into the event we know today - with its cutting-edge boats, teams of world champion sailors and non-stop coverage.