When does your new Volvo’s engine cool?
By Tom Szczerbowski, Detroit Free PressA new Volvo engine coolers is on the way to the Detroit Red Wings.
It’s expected to be delivered by the end of the month.
It will replace the current Volvo-badged V8s with the new Volvo-engineered V8-powered S60, according to the team behind the new engine cooler.
The new engine will be a 1.6-liter twin-turbo, 6-cylinder engine.
The S60 will be the only engine in the lineup that has not been updated in its lifespan.
The new engine won’t have the same performance of the current engines, but it will be significantly better than the previous model.
It has a 6.0-liter four-cylinders, a twin-scroll turbocharger and two electric motors in the cylinder head.
The engine will also be able to produce up to 3,500 horsepower and 852 lb-ft of torque.
It is expected to make around $80,000 in the United States and $100,000 or more in Europe.
The S60 can go as high as $120,000 and is expected in the U.S. sometime in 2019.
A spokesperson for Volvo declined to comment on the engine.