Perhaps more important than the level of interior trim, is the fact this is the first Volvo to bear the D6 badge. Volvo’s reasoning? The combined output of the five-cylinder turbodiesel engine with the electric motor, puts the pairing in the same horsepower range as the petrol turbocharged T6.
This V60 showcases the latest tech gadgets from Volvo, but production will be limited to 1000 units in the first year.
In Pure mode, the car is mostly powered by its electric motor and, if the battery pack is fully recharged, have a range up to 51km but this will vary according to the terrain, climate and driving style.
PURE PLEASURE: The Plug-on Hybrid is distinguished by special badging on the tailgate and front wings.