Just like his fellow Swede’s Stefan Gustafsson and Michael Westberg, Mikael Borggren got into the drag-and-drive scene a few years ago. He picked up this 1987 Volvo wagon in 2017 as a road car, but soon found himself upgrading and evolving it to the point it can make mid-6-second quarter-mile passes! That’s thanks to a
Volvo Cars has detailed its three-cylinder powertrain. The all-new Drive-E unit will debut in the XC40 compact SUV and is the first of its kind in the company’s 91-year history.
Now in its 22nd year, the Wards 10 Best Engines competition recognizes outstanding engines and electrified propulsion systems, as well as the technology and engineering behind them. Winners were announced Thursday, December 10.
The upcoming, wholly redesigned Volvo XC90 has a lot of potential, and we’ve just gotten the details on the power-train technology to be employed on this new model. Previous iterations of the Volvo SUV line have availed buyers with the option of a Yamaha V8 for extra, added power, but not this time. In fact,