Feature 2 din radio volvo s60
Built-in DSP 2 din radio volvo s60
Built-in wireless CARPLAY
Support Android AUTO
Support voice control ：English
Support HD 1080P+Support Lossless music
Support Android App download and Google play store
Support -BT-three-way calling。Advanced Edition Qualcomm 5.0 Solution Supports NX TX ATTX Lossless Sound Quality
Support Android App download and Google play store
Support 3G/4G Network/Built-in Wifi
Support HDMI–that is, support for headrests
Support Video : WMV(VC1 Code)AVI (H.264, MPEG4,Xvid, WMV),MP4 (H.263, H.264, MPEG4), MPG(MPEG-2),M4V(H.264, MPEG4)
Capacitive Multi-touch screen / Resolution HD 1920*1080 IPS Screen
Operation mode: Original car knob/Touch screen/computer mouse, etc
Upgrade mode: Support upgrade by software and USB flash disk
Language: support English / Russian / French / German / Spanish / Italian / Arabic / Portuguese / Turkish / Thai / Polish / Hebrew all 53 language
Navigation map: Support China and Foreign mainstream navigation software,recommended for adaptive resolution maps
WIFI: Support connected WiFi 2 din radio volvo s60
USB: Multiple USB interfaces，support for external Carplay/DVR/OBD
Volvo S60 review
The 2019 S60 comes in three trims—Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription. All come in T5 or T6 powertrains.
The $36,795 S60 T5 Momentum is the entry level, while the sporty T5 R-Design costs about $43,000. A dressy T6 Inscription costs around $44,000.
The T6 with its supercharged engine and all-wheel-drive system adds $3,500 to $4,500, depending on the trim level. The plug-in hybrid T8 only was available briefly, and only by subscription.
The 2019 S60 2 din radio volvo s60 can be chosen through the Care by Volvo subscription service, which includes insurance and maintenance in a single monthly fee. Just three S60 tiers are available as part of this service, starting at $750 monthly for a T6 Momentum with the optional Premium and Multimedia packages and a choice of eight exterior and two interior hues.
For $850, the T6 R-Design adds its sport-oriented suspension, partial nappa leather upholstery, and 19-inch wheels. All S60s have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and some have an outstanding 1,100-watt Bowers & Wilkins sound system.
The T5 Momentum comes standard with power features, synthetic leather upholstery, cruise control, USB ports, 220-watt audio with a 9.0-inch touchscreen and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, Bluetooth, satellite radio, 18-inch wheels, a power sunroof, and LED headlights.
Its options include the T6 drivetrain; heated front seats; wood trim; a package with a handsfree trunk, blind-spot monitors, and front and rear parking sensors; a bundle with adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, and a surround-view camera system; and one with Harman Kardon audio and navigation. Stand-alone options include adaptive dampers and Polestar-tuned drive modes.
The $43,540 R-Design adds leather upholstery, sport seats, a digital gauge display, Harman Kardon audio, navigation, paddle shifters, gloss-black exterior trim, and blind-spot monitors. Its options range from 19-inch wheels to split end pipes, the bundles offered in the Momentum series, a slightly lower suspension, automatic park assist, and 1,100 watts of Bowers & Wilkins audio.
The $43,895 S60 Inscription adds a panoramic roof, driftwood trim, and a stitched dash. Its options include 19-inch wheels, cooled front seats, massage and side bolster adjustment for the front seats, the adaptive-cruise safety bundle, heated rear seats, adaptive dampers, Bowers & Wilkins sound, automatic park assist, and Polestar drive modes.
The S60 has more verve than the flagship S90 sedan. Shorter and more sinuous, it wears its proportions better. It’s not stretched at the rear doors, and its stance is more intact, with deep sculpting at the waistline. The tail rises to a pleasant blunt trunk and C-shaped taillamps cap what’s a very modern look.
The driver’s cockpit is the stuff of design magazines. Volvo 2 din radio volvo s60 designers make controls recede into the background. The digital gauges and tablet touchscreen don’t overwhelm with technology. The controls feels simple, cool, calm.
The whole cabin ranks with those of cars costing thousands more. The Inscription’s driftwood trim and soft perforated leather are breathtaking. The few shades offered for cabin trim are all warm and vibrant.
Volvo dubs its touchscreen user-friendly interface Sensus, with its big clear screen that senses the heat of a finger’s touch, to quicken response time. But it takes too many magic touches to get down to some climate and seat adjustments.
The driver has a commanding position, as the S60 is blessed with good outward vision, thanks to large windows and relatively thin roof pillars.
The fine Momentum sound system has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a wi-fi hotspot, and Bluetooth connectivity. The R-Design gets a Harmon Kardon audio setp, and the Inscription gets the extraordinary clean sound of the 1,100-watt Bowers & Wilkins system.
The Momentum front seats are shaped like a seashell, while the R-Design front seats are highly bolstered and more adjustable to cinch at the driver’s waist and tilt at the knee; the Inscription seats spoon up against their passengers with heat, cool air, and massage.
There’s a decent 35.2 inches of legroom in the rear, with good headroom, so two adults are comfortable. But not three, as the middle seat is compromised by the wide driveline to the rear wheels. The trunk has a mere 11.6 cubic feet of space, barely bigger than a Mercedes SLC roadster. It’s a good thing the rear seat folds to take more cargo.
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