Please...the car can do way better than what you see on the video. Plus, we do not know what the suspension settings are. There is a huge difference from setting it for "soft", road use, vs track.I think the driver is utilising Volvo's safety strategy to the max.
Honestly not me. The only time I've ever driven an S60 was as a rental in 2013 in Dallas. I couldn't believe my good luck when I saw that the car in my assigned parking spot was a red S60. OK, it was a base model FWD T5, but still great fun. I can't believe I didn't get a speeding ticket that week. And after a while it got boring shutting down BMWs.Funny video, but I wouldn't track with that group. My preference is with PCA where track safety is #1 priority. I couldn't stop counting all the violations in that video.
Still looks like Tostik had fun chasing down BMW's and trucks.
Good eyes. It is definitely not a Polestar; most likely a T6 AWD or an R-design. Looks like it is in Canada since the speedo reads in km/h but looks (and sounds) like it is somewhere in North America.Wow, I guess I'm too old I also couldn't watch the whole thing. Can I ask how it is identified as a polestar? I see it is blue but couldn't that be a R-Design? Although I didn't notice R-Design on the steering wheel. Someone's dad is going to be mad when he see his son being careless in his new car!
It's a P*. You can catch the CF dash if you look close enough. He's driving with the ESC on, which is also why he undertsteers so much.Good eyes. It is definitely not a Polestar; most likely a T6 AWD or an R-design. Looks like it is in Canada since the speedo reads in km/h but looks (and sounds) like it is somewhere in North America.
Most likely a regular T6 AWD which we do not get here in the U.S. but they do get them in Canada.