Engine Diesel + Electric
Electric motor power 91 hp / 68 kW
Battery 11.2 kWh
Cruising range (NEDC / EPA / WLTP) 50 km
Charging time (220V / 380V / DC) 3.5 h. / - / -
Acceleration 0-100 km / h 6.9 s
Maximum speed 210 km / h
VOLVO V60 Hybrid Owner's Manuals PDF above the page.
Volvo calls it what it really is - a plug-in hybrid. In other words, the electromechanical component here plays a secondary role, only supplementing the basic version of the station wagon with the signs of an electric car.
At the same time, the total power of the power plants and the declared dynamics of acceleration in 6.1 s to 100 km / h indicate that we are not at all a budget solution.
Apparently, the engineers were tasked with adding a rechargeable hybrid to the lineup.
The V60 station wagon was taken as the basis for a hybrid, of course, it is no coincidence. It was relatively easy to add a hybrid filling to this midsize car, while the cargo capacity would not suffer so much, and the price premium would fit into a relatively reasonable framework.
To solve these problems, only the rear layout of the car had to be redrawn, while under the hood the changes made were minimal.
A new 7 kW starter-generator was installed.
All electromobile stuffing is located in the stern. The 50-kW electric motor (68 hp) is covered by a 11.2 kWh lithium-ion battery capable of delivering about 20 kW in standard mode.