Power increase in HP (2)
Torque increase in Nm (2)
Speed increase (4)
Time saving from 0-100 km/h (5)
Individual software development for the power hybrid
Volvo V60 D6 AWD Plug-In Hybrid Chiptuning
After extensive tests and test drives, we have successfully developed the engine-specific chiptuning software for the Volvo V60 D6 AWD. Our software harmonizes perfectly with the power hybrid from Volvo. So if the standard power of your car is no longer enough, you can treat yourself to an extra horse with our PowerBox. With our Connective System you can even control the extra power at the push of a button. The CPA PowerBox also optimizes the plug-in hybrid with up to 57 hp and 113 ...read more
Best possible engine protection highest safety for your car
A software adapted to your car is the basis for a solid and safe chiptuning. With modern so-called digital additional control units (PowerBox from CPA) safety, environmental protection and performance increase are no longer in conflict.
The core task of secure chiptuning is to use the existing power reserves so that no additional wear takes place. Furthermore, the Engine Safe System of the PowerBox detects thermal overload in good time and regulates the power increase dynamically.
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199,00USD no VAT
Power increase 32 kW
Power increase 44 HP
Torque increase 87 Nm
Savings: up to 0,8 liters per 100km
499,00USD no VAT
Power increase 45 kW
Power increase 61 HP
Torque increase 122 Nm
Savings: up to 1,2 liters per 100km
Activate additional power with the CPA Connective System at the push of a button, whenever you need additional power.read more
(2) Note: The performance data shown above are achievable maximum values. The actual power output depends on the series tolerance of the individual car, the fuel used and various environmental factors.
(3) Acceptance and registration obligation for chiptuning in the car documents: More Information
(4) Only for car whose speed control is not activated or deactivated.
(5) The above-mentioned acceleration improvement from 0 to 100 km/h is a maximum achievable saving that can vary due to the series tolerance of the individual cars.