The V60 T8 is a combination of so many great things by the company and there’s no way you can’t love it. It mixes a turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder petrol motor to generate 299 bhp. This power is sent to the front wheels.
In addition, there is a plug-in electric system that puts up a good-enough 86bhp to the back axle. This brings the total system output to a not-so-bad 385bhp, with 640Nm of torque. According to the company, this car is able to rise from 0-62 mph time in less than five seconds.
Polestar Engineered is a different ballgame anyway. It is a trim level that is touted as more and on the range-topping T8 Twin Engine version of the US-built S60 saloon. The Volvo V60 estate and the XC60 crossover are beneficiaries of this superstar engineering.
This being a contemporary Volvo, it has been treated to high levels of great specification. It is relatively well comforting and has spacious cabin laden with soft leathers, contrast stitching, and artful metal trim. This car also moves with agility. The T8 will hardly pronounce itself as a car with an electric motor for it is well balanced on the road.
The Volvo V60 is a car that doesn’t need as much tweaking to do good on the road. Nonetheless, little addition never does any harm to such a capable vehicle.
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