The second-generation Volvo V60 has been spotted in Malaysia again, this time by paultan.org reader Chris Khoo. Just like in a previous sighting back in August, the wagon seen here features the T8 Twin Engine AWD plug-in hybrid powertrain and is dressed in Inscription trim.

The former consists of a Drive-E 2.0 litre supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine with 303 PS (299 hp) and 400 Nm of torque, a crankshaft-integrated starter/generator (CISG) and an Aisin-sourced AW TG-81SD eight-speed automatic transmission.

Meanwhile, an electric motor on the rear axle provides 88 PS (87 hp) and 240 Nm for a total system output of 390 PS (384 hp) and 640 Nm. Powering the electric motor is a 10.4 kWh lithium-ion battery that is located in the transmission tunnel, as with other Volvo 90 and 60 Series cars based on the Scalable Product Architecture (SPA).

With the Inscription trim, the V60 gets additional chrome elements at the front, specifically on the grille slats and the corner “intakes” of the bumper. Compared to the base Momentum trim, the Inscription also gets integrated, trapezoidal-shaped exhausts with a chrome strip linking them. This particular unit also comes with the larger 19-inch five-multi-spoke alloy wheels.

Volvo Car Malaysia has previously teased the arrival of the latest S60 on its social media channels, and it’s likely the V60 will be launched alongside its sedan sibling as well, as was the case with the S90 and V90 when both were first introduced.