Three models of Volvo’s focus at the launch ceremony – Photo: QUANG DINH
I believe that businesses that focus on electrochemical technology, actively develop software, and continuously raise safety standards and enhance customer experience will be the owners of the future of the industry. car manufacturing. Today, we are one step closer to that future.
Mr. Håkan Samuelsson, Chairman and CEO of Volvo Car Group
In particular, the XC60 Recharge 400hp model stands out with a T8 AWD Plug-in Hybrid engine, with a total capacity of 408 horsepower thanks to the integration of gasoline and electric engines that can operate independently.
This car only takes about 3 hours to fully charge the lithium-ion battery with electricity at home, helping users to travel 50km without having to consume a single drop of gas.
In particular, the XC60 can “recycle” excess energy into the vehicle’s built-in battery every time the vehicle stops after moving, instead of discharging extra energy like current conventional models.
Model XC60 Recharge 400hp – Photo: QUANG DINH
Meanwhile, the V60 Cross Country model is equipped with driver assistance technology and a full-time 4-wheel drive system with a capacity of up to 250 horsepower. V60 is a high ground sedan with a ground clearance of 203mm equal to SUVs on the market and is equipped with an off road mode.
In addition, Instant Traction technology gives users the ability to balance, increase body stability and traction. Thanks to that, the V60 can conquer mud roads, slippery roads, rough roads and even runways (Swedish ice racing experience).
Model V60 Cross Country – Photo: QUANG DINH
The remaining highlight is the Volvo S90L D-class sedan. Right after its first launch in 2016, this model quickly became a strong candidate in the luxury car segment, because of the innovation and difference that the Swedish automaker brings.
Volvo S90L AWD is the only mid-size luxury sedan in Vietnam with the option of a long wheelbase and a full-time 4-wheel drive system, which is different and more advanced than competitors in the same class.
Volvo S90L AWD model – Photo: QUANG DINH
In this launch, Volvo brings a new generation of vehicles with the entire range of vehicles with Hybrid or Mild Hybrid engines. In addition to the highest version with the T8 AWD Plug-in Hybrid engine, there is also a B6 engine with Mild Hybrid technology that uses a 48 Volt battery pack in the rear trunk to supplement the turbocharged and supercharged 2.0 liter engine.
The B6 engine generation not only has the same power as its predecessor T6 (300 hp) but also has significant fuel economy.
Volvo models are also equipped with Volvo On Call feature with 2 buttons when users need urgent assistance from authorities (113) or Volvo’s customer support call center in Vietnam.
Close-up of Volvo S90L AWD – Photo: QUANG DINH
Volvo Cars aims to be an all-electric automaker by 2030 and plans to launch completely new models in the coming years, one of the industry’s most ambitious electrification plans.
Last October, Volvo was officially listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, and changed the Volvo Iron Mark brand identity to mark a new development phase of this brand’s digital era.