Volvo reveals S60 V8 Supercar

Volvo reveals S60 V8 Supercar

Volvo presented on Thursday (13) Motorsport Park in Sydney, the S60 V8 Supercar. Facing the slopes, the model will attend the traditional V8 Supercars Championship event played on Australian tracks.

Polestar Racing prepared by the division, the model is equipped with 5.0 V8 engine that delivers 650 horsepower, 67.3 lb.-ft. of torque and reaches 7,500 rpm. Using sequential six-speed transmission, the S60 V8 supercar accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds and reaches 298 km / h.

The model is equipped with forged aluminum wheels of 18 inches, coated with Dunlop tires, while the dampers are Ohlins TTX.

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