Volvo has just announced that its high-performance division Polestar updated much of its mechanical range with a single intention, improve the efficiency of these engines. This team, more accustomed to racing than street, used his experience to optimize the performance of Drive-E Sweden’s engines. Puts its launch date in June, although advertised 140 more changes that will be coming in the next few months.
The changes are many. First, Polestar has improved throttle response , thereby achieving improved driving feel. In turn, they have been considered models mounted automatic transmission benefit this type of transmission of a change faster speed and more accurately. Finally, they have not forgotten the engine performance, which have squeezed to get make the most of each mechanism.
Polestar announced that these updates do not affect the warranty and justification for these changes, they say, “a greater dimension to the driving experience.” The first alternative in receiving these improvements will T5 and T6 petrol and D4 and D5 diesel. Although they not limited to these. The sports division will gradually throwing a total of more than 140 amendments.
This announcement comes when still unknown if it will release to the Polestar Volvo V40 . We remind that the latest reports claiming that the brand itself would be willing to launch such a variant and if finally came, he would drive by mounting a 2.0 liter turbo with around 315 horsepower. Similarly, other rumors have opted for a less powerful engine but with an extra interesting, all-wheel drive.
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Article Polestar announced improvements in the performance of Volvo’s Drive-E engine was originally published in Current Motor.