Lower Emission Volvo 2014 models

"Volvo S60 R-Design"

Volvo S60 R-Design


Six new Volvo models featuring revised styling, additional equipment and reduced CO2 emissions are set to arrive at dealerships nationwide.  The new Volvo S60, V60, XC60, V70, XC70 and S80 all feature new front and rear profiles plus enhanced equipment levels, including DAB radio as standard. Optional items such as integrated exhaust pipes, active TFT driver display (first featured on the V40) and the addition of new safety equipment such as the world-first Cyclist Detection help these new vehicles stand out from the competition.

R-Design versions of the S60, V60 and XC60 have also received the Volvo Special Vehicles Team treatment by taking the updated models and adding a more sports-inspired look and a re-tuned chassis. Volvo, famed for its seat comfort, has also redesigned the sports seats to offer even more support with additional bolstering, whilst also showing off the new R-Design logo embroidered on the backrest.

V40 and V40 R-Design models fitted with the 115hp 1.6-litre D2 diesel engine with manual gearbox have been further improved, benefitting from a reduction in CO2 emissions from 94g/km to 88g/km. The V40 is also now available with a new 1.6-litre petrol engine, the T2, developing 120hp and returning up to 53.3mpg (official combined cycle).

The CO2 emissions of the S60, V60, V70 and S80 fitted with the D2 engine have also been improved, resulting in a reduction in Benefit In Kind payments for drivers and 1A National Insurance Contributions for employers.

  • S60 D2 Manual – 114g/km to 103g/km – 15% BIK, two per cent decrease
  • S60 D2 Automatic – 114g/km to 107g/km – 16% BIK, one per cent decrease
  • V60 D2 Manual – 119g/km to 108g/km – 16% BIK, two per cent decrease
  • V60 D2 Automatic – 119g/km to 110g/km – 17% BIK, one per cent decrease
  • V70 D2 Automatic – 119g/km to 111g/km – 17% BIK, one per cent decrease
  • S80 D2 Automatic – 119g/km to 109g/km – 16% BIK, two per cent decrease

2014 model year orders are now being taken, with first customer deliveries expected in July.