• Volvo 940/960

Volvo 940 – car, with bodywork sedan or station wagon, manufactured by the Swedish company Volvo.

Production of the 940 was launched in 1991, as a modernized version of the model 740 were offered two body styles: sedan and station wagon.

Initially available were ośmiozaworowe petrol engines in 2.0 and 2.3 versions of atmospheric and turbo, as well as versions with four-valve head developed by Porsche/Cosworth 2.0-liter turbo and 2.3 atmospheric. It was available as coming from the VW diesel engine with a capacity of 2.4.

Drive to the rear axle prznoszony was using manual boxes (M46/M47/M90) and automatic production of Japanese (AW70 and AW71) and ZF (ZF4HP22).

In 1995, the model 940 has undergone minor modifications. Were withdrawn atmospheric engines, instead of them appeared drive unit with a capacity of 2.3 out of so-called soft turbo power reaching 136hp. At the same time a year later was withdrawn diesel engine – used unit did not meet environmental emission standards. Volvo decided not to introduce another diesel engine. Feature appeared side airbags.

The production was completed in 1998.