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Volvo announced its brand development plan, and will no longer produce pure fuel engines from 2019, which is a gradual approach to the development of electric power. Recently, it has also begun to actively adjust the configuration of the power unit of its products. Volvo adopted it in May 2018. The press release revealed that the new-generation S60 will not launch a diesel-powered unit. If you look back in time, you will find that Polestar, which originally had a performance sub-brand, will not only operate completely independently, but will also change the work of electric sports cars. What is curious is, then what will happen to the V60 Polestar, one of the original brand performance representatives?
Volvo unveiled the next-generation V60 at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. It is currently confirmed that the power unit includes D3, D4, T6, and T8 Twin Engines. The original factory will also add T6 Twin Engine versions in the future. Will the factory follow the plan of the previous generation car and launch the performance version?
Volvo launched the XC60 and XC40 in 2017, which is the first to introduce the mid-sized and small-sized new-generation SUVs. In 2018, it was planned to bring all members of the 60 family together. The first to debut is the travel model. According to the information released by the original factory, the power unit introduced in the first wave of the V60 has D3, D4, T6, and T8 Twin Engine options. Although the new T6 Twin Engine version has not yet officially debuted, it is also planning a war Compared with the previous generation V60, the performance index of V60 Polestar did not appear.
Although the annual output is not high, the Polestar models launched in the previous generations of the V60 and S60 models show the brand's rich combat plan, which has also allowed Volvo to attract more efficiency and performance in addition to its technical equipment. Consumer attention.