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Volvo Cars Australia is capitalising on its strong V8 Supercars season by releasing a pair of special edition versions of its entry S60 sedan and V40 models, each of which is called Sprint Edition.

The limited-edition models, each limited to 100 units, bring more than $4000 worth of sporty extras to the party and sharp drive-away pricing.

The V40 T4 Sprint Edition get a sports-tuned chassis, 18-inch black alloy wheels, tinted rear glass and a rear spoiler over and above the regular model.

Volvo is asking $46,888 drive-away, as compared to $41,990 plus on-roads in the list pricing guide. Using Volvo’s pricing calculator, the drive-away price of a regular V40 T4 in Victoria, as an example, is $47,175.

The S60 T4 Sprint Edition gets a sports-tuned chassis, 18-inch black alloy wheels, R-Design black leather seats and a rear spoiler over and above the regular model.

Volvo is asking $54,888 drive-away, as compared to $49,990 plus on-roads or regular T4 Kinetic drive-away pricing (in Victoria) of $55,431.

“Volvo Polestar Racing and Scott McLaughlin have made it a debut year to remember in our first ever V8 Supercars Championship season – and to celebrate, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the V40 and S60 T4 Sprint Editions,” said Volvo Car Australia managing director Kevin McCann.

To the end of October, Volvo registered 576 units of the S60 (up 14 per cent, with market share of 3.3 per cent), and 819 units of the V40 (down 1.4 per cent, market share of 5.9 per cent).