For the 2019 model year, all plug-in hybrid versions of the XC60, S90, V90 and XC90 ranges gain a petrol particulate filter, and as a result the power output of the cars has reduced. Power drops from 316 to 299bhp, with the added kick from the electric motor remaining the same at 86bhp. As a result, maximum power of the two powerplants combined is reduced from 401bhp to 385bhp, and acceleration to 62mph reduced, with the XC90, for example, taking two-tenths of a second longer. CO2 emissions rise from 49g/km to 59g/km on Momentum, R-Design and Inscription versions, and 63g/km on the R-Design Pro and Inscription Pro models, resulting in a jump of three per cent in company car Benefit-in-Kind taxation for business users. A full rundown of the updated information can be found in the Data Files at the back of the magazine. Again for the 2019 model year, Volvo has expanded the number of T8 Twin Engine AWD versions of the XC60, with the launch of R-Design and Inscription editions, alongside the existing R-Design Pro and Inscription Pro versions. The move brings down the entry point for the petrol plug-in hybrid technology with the R-Design priced at £51,370 and the Inscription costing £53,370. Both of the new additions are available to order now at Volvo dealers.