The newly released 2017 Volvo XC60 has been specially designed to enable folks to feel confident on the road. The objective has been met! When doing 80mph through a long, g-building sweeper, you’re amazed by the vehicle’s responsiveness by zig-zagging via the curve.
The 2017 Volvo XC60 boasts more mechanical grip from the front-end. It’s because of a cutting-edge double wishbone front suspension, enabling the roll centers of every axle to be identical front to rear, compared to the older version. Thus, the car maker’s engineers avert pitching when the vehicle is rolling. In this case damper tuning is much easier due to the fact they don’t require controlling the body with the dampers. The front-end grip seems confident on the track, applying relatively moderate steering angles through tighter turns.
The car’s multi-link suspension offers other benefits too, such as mid-curve responsiveness. If the vehicle is geometrically unbalanced and its rear axle is less precisely located, then turning the wheel at high speed generates more roll from the rear rather than the adjustment of line expected by us.