Heico Sportiv Volvo V60 Is Ready for the World

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Volvo is one of the companies that currently sits at the top of the automotive industry in terms of business development acceleration. Under the new Geely management, the Swedish automaker is making sustained efforts to show the customers what the Volvo badge really means.

One of the soldiers that sits in the front row of this battle is the new V60 model. Needles to say, the company pushed the pedal to the metal when it came to the creation of the vehicle, in order to make sure that this manages to convince the public. However, in the automotive world there's always room for more, especially if we're talking about tuners. Today, we'll present you Heico Sportiv's way of saying "V60 sedan".

The German tuner has created a modification program that targets both the tech and the aesthetic sides of the vehicle, with the package scheduled to be presented at the upcoming Essen Motor Show, which will be held between November 26 and December 5 in Germany.

The tuning company has targeted multiple engines of the V60. However, the aftermaket developer in currently only offering upgrades for two powerplants. The fist modification package brings an output premium of 47 hp and 50 Nm for the 2.0 liter turbocharged gasoline unit, while the T6 engine has seen its output increased to 330 hp and 460 Nm.

As for the exterior of the car, the tuner has installed a front bumper add-on element and a rear underspoiler that houses a diffuser and quad tailpipes. The suspension has been lowered, while the standard wheels were swapped with 18- and 20-inch ones.
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