/Volvo XC60 Ocean Race Edition Announced

Volvo XC60 Ocean Race Edition Announced

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At this year’s Miami Auto Show (November 7-16), Volvo unveils a new special edition of the XC60 crossover for the American market. The Volvo XC60 Ocean Race Edition pays homage to a grueling adventure of the same name and the courageous men and women who take part in it.

You can’t take on the fierce waves of an ocean with Volvo XC60 Ocean Race Edition, but you can hit the fancy streets of Miami in it, confident in the knowledge that your Volvo is looking totally bitchin’ thanks to a number of extras and an exclusive “Ocean Blue II” exterior color.

Other special edition features setting this XC60 apart from the normal models include 18-inch wheels, inscribed “Volvo Ocean Race” tread plate, Volvo Ocean Race exterior emblem on front fenders, Volvo Ocean Race deco inlay, start-up logo in Sensus screen, orange stitching on door panels, and floor mats and luggage compartment mat with orange stitching and Volvo Ocean Race rubber tag.

Volvo XC60 Ocean Race Edition comes in both T6 Drive-E FWD and T6 AWD variants, with prices starting from $42,100 and $43,600 respectively.

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About Volvo Ocean Race: 

“The 2014-2015 Volvo Ocean Race kicked off in Alicante, Spain on October 4, 2014.  To reach the finish in Gothenburg, Sweden in June 2015, 66 of the world’s top sailors will race 38,739 nautical miles around the world – almost twice the circumference of the Earth. In seven teams, they will cross four oceans and stop in 11 countries in five continents. The Volvo Ocean Race is scheduled to reach Newport, Rhode Island May 5-9, 2015, the only U.S. stop on the journey, with the in-port race on May 16. The seventh leg gets going the following day on May 17, 2015.”

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