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2010 Volvo S60 by Heico Sportiv


Heico Sportiv has unveiled the first images and official details on its program for the Volvo S60 luxury sedan. The tuner has updated both the car’s aerodynamics and output with the package becoming available September 5, 2010.

The exterior package includes a new front spoiler mounted on the original bumper, a PUR-R-RIM rear skirt in diffuser, and left and right oval end-pipes of the quad outlet exhaust system. The package is finished with 18-20" sport wheels.

The most powerful engine in the Volvo S60 line-up, the T6, delivers a total of 304 HP, so taking it to 330 HP is quite impressive. For the 2.0 T engine, the tuner managed to squeeze an extra 47 HP, while the T6 has been upgraded to an impressive 330 HP. The result is a sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5.8 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph.

UPDATE 08/25/2010: This article has been updated with the official details on the Heico Sportiv Volvo S60 luxury sedan.

Press release after the jump.



9 comments:

It looks very decent on its aesthetic design, and it still looks so appealing even though it is only on a matte color. I’m just a little curious if what will be its interior look like?

I didn’t see anything wrong on its front hood. Anyway, I’m so impressed on the decent looks of this S60, and it still looks appealing on that matte color, and I must say that I’m already satisfied with its engine.

I love the exclusivity of this vehicle, and I still find it very classy and sophisticated in spite of having only a simple style and detailing. It’s a good thing as well that it has a very efficient engine.

It maybe looks so simple and common because on its platform, but I still love the fact that it is very ideal on the road and practical to use in everyday transportation.

Yeah! I have to agree it is really looking so simple and common, and its 330 horsepower is I think quite good enough for this kind of sedan. I also wonder if it had some infotainment system just like on what other cars had.

The platform design looks very ordinary, but I must say that the car lines give elegant and classy looks of it. 330 horsepower is I think just enough to impress the owner of this sedan.

One of my favorite tuners. It’s never something overblown and gaudy, it always seems to be understated, handsome improvements.

This luxury sedan is dressed so elegantly that it looks more expensive than ever.

I don’t like the design for the front hood.

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