Volvo has released a few more teaser images of its new S60 sedan ahead of its unveiling later tonight. One image shows the car draped in cloth and perched on top of a Scandinavian living room setup at what is likely Volvo’s new US plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina, where the reveal will take place. That plant, by the way, will be the sole production facility for the S60, making this the first Volvo to be built in the US for export.

Clear to see underneath the fabric are the fast rear windscreen rake and short tail that give the car a sporty profile, along with Volvo’s trademark C-shaped tail lights. The company also showed a couple of other images that confirms that the front fascia will be mostly identical to its V60 wagon sibling, save for remodelled air intakes and grille pattern on what is likely the R-Design variant.

Riding on the Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) also used by the V60, XC60 and 90 Series models, the S60 is expected to come with all the latest infotainment and safety technologies from Gothenburg. These include the new feature for the autonomous emergency braking system to mitigate the severity of a collision with oncoming vehicles, as debuted on the V60.

Also to be expected is the ubiquitous 2.0 litre Drive-E petrol engine, available on the V60 as a standalone supercharged and turbocharged unit in the 310 hp/400 Nm T6 AWD, as well as in two plug-in hybrid flavours – the turbocharged 340 hp/590 Nm T6 Twin Engine and the twincharged 400 hp/640 Nm T8 Twin Engine. Volvo has confirmed that the S60 won’t be available with a diesel engine.

The company also revealed that there will be a Polestar Engineered version of the T8 Twin Engine that will push outputs to 415 hp and 670 Nm of torque. It will be further distinguished by retuned suspension with Öhlins adjustable dampers and a front strut brace, slotted brake discs clamped by gold Brembo mono-block callipers, as well as a unique lightweight alloy wheel design.