The first spyshots of the facelifted S60 testing in Sweden were published on a section of international automobile blogs and websites yesterday. The cars were fully camouflaged and the changes are not visible.
Most of the changes on the 2014 Volvo S60 is restricted to the cosmetic aspects, and around the front-end of the car.
WorldCarFans.com writes the single frame grille and revised headlights would look similar to the updated 2014 Volvo XC60 that has been spied fully undisguised in China.
Minor updates like the revised interior trim and redesigned instrument cluster feature on the interior. Under the hood, there again would be nothing major to speak of as the current engine lineup, largely borrowed from Ford, would serve until Volvo's ready with the VEA family of four cylinder engines next year.
At the Frankfurt Motor Show in September this year, Volvo is expected to take the wraps off the new S60. We believe the S80 facelift would come earlier, while the XC60 facelift could turn up alongside the new S60 in Germany.
[Head over to WorldCarFans.com to learn about the Volvo S60 facelift]