The Swedish based automaker Volvo has recently released a new promotional video with the all-new V60 plug-in hybrid.
After it was unveiled not too long ago and with its production starting recently, the Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid is entering our news once again, this time with the Swedish based carmaker releasing a new promotional video with the model. The Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid can achieve an impressive fuel consumption of just 1.9 liters burned every 100 km while emitting 49 g/km of CO2, thanks to its powertrain, but the fuel economy figure might be almost impossible to reach in the real world.
The Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid is powered by the company’s 2.4 liter five-cylinder diesel engine, which is producing a total output of 215 horsepower and with a peak torque of 440 Nm (324 lb-ft), powering the front wheels, while the rear wheels are being “moved” by the 70 HP and 200 Nm of torque (147 lb-ft) electric motor. The Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds and it has a combined output of 285 HP and 640 Nm of torque (472 lb-ft).
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