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THE VOLVO S60 PLUG-IN ELECTRIC CAR IN THE NEWS
Week 25 2018 - Volvo S60 revealed in the USA
Volvo revealed its mid-size premium sports sedan, the S60, in the USA. The Volvo S60 has two plug-in hybrid versions, the Volvo S60 T6 Twin Engine AWD plug-in hybrid that generates a combined 340hp, and the award-winning S60 T8 Twin Engine AWD plug-in hybrid that delivers 400hp. The Volvo S60 is the first car by the Swedish brand manufactured in the USA, at a plant in Charleston, South Carolina. The T8 PHEV is also available with a Polestar upgrade and is the first Volvo series that does not have a diesel version.
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