The Volvo V70 2019 will be the latest model of Volvo 70 which was first introduced decades ago. The model has been carrying on the tradition of great combination of bodywork and functionality. It has been well known that the Volvo V70 has always featured well-designed body work as well as functional amenities. Thus, lots of car enthusiasts are expecting the new Volvo V70 to come out with even greater performance and nicer bodywork.
Volvo V70 2019 Redesign and Changes
The new Volvo V70 2019 is appeared with emphasizing the elegant contemporary presence of the V70. The new ride gets a wide proportion on the front grille which features more details to give the car a luxurious mood. The elegant look is also created with a road-hugging stance. The new car will ride on the expressive 19-inch wheels without loss of comfort. In addition to it, for the 2019 model year, the buyers also can opt for the 17-inch and 18-inch wheels. The exterior will also come out with two new colors; those are Magic Blue and Onyx Black.
It has been well known that the Volvo always comes with sophisticated interior. The Volvo V70 2019 also packs spacious cabin which makes it a good choice for a family car. The interior also features high quality materials which offer first-class comfort and sophistication.
Buyers can also opt for the Inscription Package which features a complete luxury upgrade of interior. The package includes Inscription Soft Leather upholstery, soft leather with embroidered head rests, leather instrument panel, unique floor mats, and so forth.
Volvo V70 2019 Engine Specs
Potential buyers are offered three chassis types for the new Volvo V70 2019. Those are Dynamic, Lowered Sport Chassis, and Four-C. The new Volvo will get four-cylinder Drive-E engine T5 which is offering 245 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. The fuel consumption with the eight-speed automatic transmission is rated at 6.7 1/100 km. Further, the V70 is also available with the 2.0 L Drive-E engine T4 with 190 horsepower.
There is also the D4 Drive-E engine which is capable of making 181 horsepower and 400 Nm of torque. To cut the fuel consumption, the engine is featured with i-ART technology. The Volvo V70 is also accessible in All Wheel Drive configuration with a 181 hp version of the five-cylinder engine D4.