Okay, it's on page 13, but I'll repost the info so you don't have to go find it. Thanks again to silverstar for the info...
"The C30 is a more conventional four-seat hatch with a five-cylinder, 2.4-litre engine that makes 168 horsepower and 170 pounds-feet of torque. It loses the electric power in favour of gasoline, and is also available with a turbocharged version of the same engine that makes 218 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. There's a choice between five-speed manual or five-speed automatic (with "Geartronic" sequential shifting) for the normally aspirated engine, or six-speed manual and the same five-speed automatic for the turbo (T5) version. The platform, or structural and technical basis, for the C30, is from the S40 sedan/V50 wagon. "
The performance version of the S60, also known as the S60: This particular edition of the S60 screams Edaward, as it has performance upgrades so it can go faster (the R-series was designed as a competitor to the BMW "M" series and the Mercedes Benz "C-Class"
For those of you who aren't familiar with this car, it is similar to the S60, although it has the R badging.
It has a 2.3L, 5-cylinder 300hp engine with twin turbos.
"The S60 R's transversely mounted inline 5 cylinder engine is a modified version of the 2.3-litre turbocharged engine in Volvo's T5 models. The engine features new KKK twin turbochargers that help the engine reach its maximum torque of 295 lb-ft. at just 1,950 rpm with the manual transmission (258 lb-ft at 1,850 rpm with 5-speed automatic transmission). Two intercoolers are used to cool the turbochargers.
As well, the engine features continuously variable valve timing on both the intake and exhaust camshafts which adjusts the valve opening times to suit the engine speed and load. The result, according to Volvo, is better performance, lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions (the R-engine meets U.S. LEV I emission requirements).
Other differences between the R engine and the T5 engine include pistons and connecting rods that have been reinforced to withstand added stresses produced by high boost pressures, and improved cylinder head cooling. The sump also has been redesigned to ensure oil flows under extreme g-forces.
The new six-speed manual gearbox, which replaces a five-speed, was specially designed to handle the high torque delivered by the engine."
For more information, look here. http://www.canadiandriver.com/testdrives/04s60r.htm
Not to say that one can't have an opinion, but I think the stats make it clear.