The Swedish based automaker Volvo is currently considering launching the updated V60 model to the United States, where it should arrive over the following months.
After the Volvo V60 facelift has been officially presented to the public just last week, during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere, the model is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with a rumor, which is announcing a whole new market for the car. According to a recent report, the facelifted Volvo V60 is expected to make its way into the United States, where the model should make its way into the company’s dealerships probably in early 2014.
A final decision on whether or not Volvo will bring the updated V60 to the United States will be taken in the next quarter and if the model gets the green lights, it might make its way into the new market within a year. The Volvo V60 wasn’t brought to the United States when it was originally made because wagon sales were down in the country. Additional details on the Volvo V60 and its possible launch in the U.S. remain unknown for the moment and we are now waiting for the official decision.
Source: Automotive News