2018 Volvo S60 Polestar Reviews, Engne, Pros and Cons
Volvo S60 Polestar – Finally is the Volvo S60 Polestar officially in our country. With its two liters of 367 HP wants this super fast Swede challenged by the AMG’s, M’s or Maintence of the German competition.
Just like AMG at Mercedes Polestar was grown from an independent team tuner into a fully-fledged, embraced by the brand sporting subdivision.
In racing, the Polestar team a bloodline that goes back to the 850 in the Swedish STCC Championship wide middle nineties – when the team
still under the name Flash Engineering. The ties with the factory going back to the beginning, as all at his debut was the official representative of Flash Engineering Volvo in the Swedish Touring Car Championship. In 2008 if the race version of the C30 Polestar completely independently develop, who showed up in the World Touring Car Championship for the first time in 2010.
With the C30 Polestar Concept put the Swedish company a first notable egg, in 2012 followed by an S60 with over 500 HP and carbon body panels. “We got the question by Volvo Australia, that asked if it could buy one of our concept cars and whether there is a possibility to assemble to hundred copies was”, says Henrik Fries, R&D-chef at Polestar. “The question paste at the plans around the sporting return of Volvo in the Australian V8 Supercars race class, after previous successes with the 240 Turbo and with the S40. When Volvo in Sweden was informed of those plans, it jumped on the cart and we immediately made plans S60 and V60 Polestar in eight countries. ” Belgium was not included in that list of eight, although Ghent, however, the S60 Polestar – then still with pressure fed six-cylinder – should produce. That injustice has finally eliminated: now there are eight privileged dealers scattered all over Belgium plus one in Luxembourg where you can buy the Polestars.
2018 Volvo S60 Polestar Pros and Cons
- Exceptionally specific power output
- Compromise sportsmanship-Deluxe
- Every day can be used
- Excellent supportive front seats
- Physical feel of the car
- Outdated Infotainment System
- High price
- Interior space in the back
- Narrow loading opening
- No smartphone link