Volkswagen has released its new XC90 and XB60 premium diesel cars and their new range of plug-in hybrid cars in a bid to drive down petrol prices, although the cars will cost less than they did last year.
The cost of the new cars is expected to come in at around €8,400 and €9,000 respectively, but the new range is expected only to cost around €10,000, with the average price at the end of March, according to Reuters.
Volkswagen has now released its price comparison of the diesel and petrol models in its latest quarterly financial report, with a price tag of around €2,000.
The range of cars is similar to last year’s range, but with more options.
The cars range from 3.8 liters (15 gallons) to 7.2 liters in size.
Volkswagen said the petrol range is similar, with 3.0 liters and 5.0 litres, while the diesel range is identical to last years.
The petrol range costs between €9.5 and €11.5 per litre depending on the fuel and a price per litres.
The petrol range in the diesel is slightly cheaper, around €9 per litree.
The range of the cars are also identical to the range of last year, with an average price of €10 per litare.
The price of the petrol and diesel ranges of the XC80 and XG90, the new premium petrol and premium diesel models, will be around €11 per lit, while an average cost of €13 per lit.
The new range comes with an added boost to the fuel economy and the CO2 emissions from the petrol, diesel and hybrids.
Volvo has released an interactive map to show how the petrol/diesel and the range, including the range comparison, will impact the fuel price.
The map shows the average fuel price for each petrol and a range comparison of all the petrol cars in the market.
Volkswagen’s new petrol and petrol ranges are similar to the previous models, but only the petrol will be available in the UK, while diesel and hybrid cars are being introduced in Germany and Spain.
Volzom is also making an all-electric range of its electric cars available in Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands.