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autoviva2014-08-14 15:38:45

Polestar raises Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid power

Polestar was able to increase the output of the diesel engine by 15hp and 30Nm

 
 
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Polestar edition of the Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid keeps the same consumption and CO2 emissions figures

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will be receiving a special treatment from Polestar Performance. Thanks to the optimization announced, the power of the model increases to 298hp and 670Nm, making it the most powerful VolvoVolvoVolvoSweden, 1927 > present49 models
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diesel model  ever.

"The Polestar optimization for the V60 D6 combines strong performance with fuel economy. We are happy to offer Volvo customers more driving pleasure together with the latest hybrid technology, a very interesting area for the future," said Hans Bååth, marketing director at Polestar.

Thanks to the work developed by engineers Polestar managed to increase the power of the diesel engine by 15hp and 30Nm. In conjunction with the 68hp and 200Nm electric engine the V60 D6 Plug-in Hybrid Polestar can reach 100km/h in 6 seconds, while fuel consumption and CO2 emissions remain unchanged at 1.8l/100km and 48g/km.

Polestar promises that updates made by the company make the car more fun to drive and in addition increase safety in situations where you need extra performance, such as overtaking manouevers.

The Polestar optimization can be made ​​in a Volvo dealer, keeping the vehicle warranty.

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