Video: Volvo To Pay For Electricity To Russian Buyers Of 407-horsepower XC60 Hybrids
Volvo has begun accepting orders in Russia for the top-end modification of the XC60 T8 Twin Engine, equipped with a rechargeable hybrid power plant. A customer who buys a car before April 2020 will receive one year of free electricity. The amount of consumed energy will be monitored via the Volvo on Call app.
- The all-wheel drive Volvo XC60 T8 Twin Engine is equipped with a 2.0-liter petrol turbo engine with 320 hp. (400 Nm), an electric motor (87 forces, 240 Nm) on the rear axle and an eight-speed "automatic". The maximum output of the power plant is 407 hp. (640 Nm) - in this mode, acceleration to 100 km / h will take 5.3 seconds, but the maximum speed in any case will be limited to 180 km / h.
- The traction battery with a capacity of 10.4 kWh in this hybrid is installed in place of the propeller shaft - so that the all-wheel drive is realized here without the physical connection of the front and rear axles. Without starting the internal combustion engine, the crossover is capable of driving 43 kilometers, and the average passport consumption is 2.3 liters per hundred kilometers.
The hybrid XC60 is offered in two trim levels - Inscription (from 5,379,000 rubles) and R-Design (5,499,000 rubles) with a "sports" aerodynamic body kit. The petrol version of the T6 with a 320-horsepower engine in similar versions costs RUB 1,200,000 cheaper.
- The first deliveries of the Volvo XC60 T8 Twin Engine to Russia are scheduled for February 2020.