At the Geneva Motor Show, Volvo will introduce a new plug-in hybrid model. This is the Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine . The range currently V60 D6 Plug-in Hybrid variant offered jointly offering 283 horses offered. With the new model presented in Geneva, the Swedish firm has a less powerful version, with 233 horses combined.
The new Volvo V60 D5 Twin Engine uses a motor 2.0 diesel of 163 horsepower instead of the 215 horses D6 Plug-in. It is accompanied by an electric motor of 68 horsepower and a lithium-ion battery of 11.2 kWh, which in this case itself are common in both models. Have not disclosed the performance of the new model, but we know that the electric range is 50 miles.
marketing new model will begin with a limited to 500 units , which is what will come out in Geneva and shown in pictures. The body uses a white color, which contrasts with the glossy black exterior trim instead of chrome and alloy wheels 19 inches. Inside the ceiling will be black and piano black will have a significant presence in the dashboard. Inside expensive colored upholstery with white stitching.
be in Spring when conventional versions of the new V60 D5 Twin Engine reach the market. Logically have a price below the current D6 Plug-In Hybrid of more than 57,000 euros.
Source – Volvo
From 30,450 euro
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