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2011 Volvo S60 T6 Design Special Edition by Heico Sportiv


After Heico Sportiv unveiled the official details on their new tuning kit for the S60 sedan , Volvo has followed right behind with their own special edition that they have developed in collaboration with that same tuner. Together they have produced the S60 T6 Design that will be built in a limited 100 units and priced at €63,968 (around $81,000 at the current exchange rates).

This special edition will come painted in Black Sapphire metallic, and distinguished by 19-inch Diamond cut alloys with Pirelli tyres, a two-part front spoiler, and a rear diffuser bumper made of superlight plastic and carbon fiber. The interior will get an aluminum trimmed gear knob and pedals along with a limited edition plate which identifies the specific production number of the car.

Under the hood the engine has been tuned to deliver 330 Hp and 460 NM of torque. The 0 to 60 mph sprint is now made in 5.8 seconds, while top speed is still electronically limited to 155 mph.

Frankly, the two kits are similar so the customer’s best bet would be to just compare prices and go with the cheapest. Hey, it pays to be frugal.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Performance tuning specialists, Heico Sportiv, have turned their attention to the all-new Volvo S60 and developed a storming 330 PS version of the T6. Just 100 versions of the Black Sapphire metallic special edition will be available at a price of €63,968, equivalent to just over £53,000.

The hot Volvo S60 T6 Design by Heico Sportiv is based on the standard model and has received an upgrade to the six-cylinder turbo petrol engine, offering a 26 PS power improvement - from 304 PS to 330 PS. The power increase is a result of Heico Sportiv e.motion technology, which stands for "efficiency in motion" and features an additional engine control unit and a revised engine management system. Torque has also been improved to 460 Nm over 2100-4500rpm and to support the extra power, new sports springs have been fitted to the Four C chassis which lower the car’s ride height by 30mm. For perfect traction, the high-performance saloon is fitted with standard permanent All Wheel Drive.

The engine is mated to Volvo’s Geartronic transmission and, as a result, the car sprints from 0-62 mph in 5.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 155 mph (electronically controlled). Average fuel consumption is 27.4 mpg, corresponding to CO2 emissions of 239 g/km (provisional figures).

To compliment the sporting ability under the bonnet, the Black Sapphire metallic Volvo S60 T6 Design by Heico Sportiv is equipped with 19-inch Diamond cut alloys with Pirelli tyres and a two-part front spoiler and rear diffuser bumper made of superlight plastic and carbon fibre.

On the inside, Heico has developed the interior by fitting aluminium trimmed gearknob and pedals and a limited edition plate which identifies the specific production number of the car. The car also features a comprehensive range of specifications alongside all the familiar Volvo safety technology, including Driver Alert, BLIS (Blind Sport Information System) and Pedestrian Detection.

Heico has more than 20 years experience in the refinement and performance of Volvo models, and has been an official partner of Volvo Car Germany GmbH since 2008. Currently there are no plans by to introduce the car into the S60 line-up in the UK.



7 comments:

I love its massive appeal. It looks great on its full black finish. I want to see
more of its interior.

It still looks great even though it only has a simple style and design. Anyway, I really wonder if what will be its interior look like? The article didn’t tackle it.

Its sleek body paint is absolutely very striking on this S60 T6 Design, and in spite of having only a simple detailing, I still noticed that it was oozing with car appeal. Anyway, what’s the engine specification of it?

I love the style and concept,This is my dream car. I like the black and refine color on it.

Volvo just needed a quick way to balance some small hanging budget and make a meek PR statement. boo.

I love it, the catch.....no manual. That kills it for me.

Not bad, even I would like one of this limited edition car.

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