The second generation Volvo XC60 will cost from £37,205.
It’s available to order now but first deliveries won’t commence until the end of the summer.
Every model will come with four-wheel drive, and buyers will have a choice of three engines to start with, including the T5 petrol, as well as the D4 and D5 diesels.
All are paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox, and until the T8 plug-in hybrid arrives later in the year, the most economical model is the D4, with average economy of 55.4 mpg and CO2 emissions of 133g/km.
The D4 puts out 187bhp, while the more powerful D5 is endowed with 232bhp but remains capable of returning 51.4mpg.
The petrol has more oomph still, with 251bhp, but is likely to be a niche seller.
The flagship T8 hybrid is expected to have a monstrous combined 401bhp and will be capable of driving in electric only mode for around 35 miles.
Thinking you like one but can’t stretch to £37,000? Front-wheel-drive models will be added to the line-up later, as well as a smaller T4 petrol with 197bhp and a more economical 150bhp D3 diesel.
These should bring down the entry price of an XC60 quite significantly.
Volvo has already hinted that we will see a three-cylinder motor in the XC60 at some point in the medium term, as well as a smaller-engined, more economy-focused hybrid.
Air-suspension is optional on the XC60, and can be set up with driving modes for on and off-road progress.
As with the majority of Volvos, there will be three trim levels to choose from, and even the basic Momentum is well kitted out, coming with leather-faced upholstery, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, a powered tailgate, and alloy wheels.
It also has Volvo’s Sensus infotainment system, which includes a nine inch touch-screen, sat-nav and voice activation.
Being a Volvo, huge emphasis is put on making sure everyone emerges unscathed should the car ever be involved in an accident.
Among the standard safety features is Volvo’s City Safety system, with automatic emergency braking and a new system called Steer Assist. This helps to avoid or limit the severity of low-speed collisions by assisting with the steering in an emergency.
Optional safety kit will include Pilot Assist, a semi-autonomous drive feature, which assists with the steering and takes care of the acceleration and braking to keep the car within lane markings and at the desired speed or distance from any vehicle in front.
On the luxury side of things, the options list will include a Xenium pack (panoramic glass sunroof, surround-view camera and automatic parking), smartphone integration and a 15-speaker Bowers and Wilkins stereo.