FRANKFURT – Volvo Cars is planning a highline coupe – situated in the market above the soon-to-be-retired C70 – powered by a 400-hp, 4L DOHC V-8, Ward’s has learned. Sources insist the numbers are spot on, even though it means the engine is producing 100 hp per liter, a high-performance specific output atypical for Volvo – unless the Volvo V-8 is turbocharged, of course. Given Volvo owner Ford Motor Co.'s desire for auto makers comprising its Premium Automotive Group to increasingly ...
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