The Cross Country brand has a long and distinguished heritage, with Volvo being the first premium brand to offer increased all-road capability and styling on its estates as far back as 1997 when it introduced the V70 Cross Country.
Both the S60 and V60 Cross Country models offer a sporty and connected yet comfortable driving experience, combining dynamic styling with rugged capabilities.
The V60 Cross Country is available with a number of different engines and trim levels, from the entry-level D3 FWD Cross Country SE to the range-topping D4 AWD Geartronic Cross Country Lux Nav.
Meanwhile, the S60 Cross Country is available with two engines and one specification level: the D4 FWD Cross Country Lux Nav and D4 AWD Geartronic Cross Country Lux Nav.
Both the S60 Cross Country and V60 Cross Country feature an additional 65mm of ground clearance over the models they are based on, while the front and rear skid plates, side scuff plates and bumper extenders convey a muscular presence that highlight its capable nature.
Its integrated tailpipes, gloss black window trim and door mirrors, unique front grille and unique alloy wheels reflect its sportier characteristics.
Production will begin in May 2015 for the V60 Cross Country while the S60 Cross Country will come later in June. Deliveries in the UK are expected to take place from June.