The Swedes presented in Frankfurt 2013 Volvo Concept Coupe

At the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2013 the presentation of a stylish two-door Volvo Concept Coupe, the exterior of which is developed under the guidance of Thomas Ingenlata (Thomas Ingenlath) – The design of a new chief of the Swedish automaker.
The exterior design of the model successfully plays with elements of coupe Volvo P1800, is available in the period from 1961 to 1973. In the company notes that the design concept is not futuristic, and gives a clear idea of ​​which direction will develop the appearance of future production models of Volvo.
It is worth noting that the Volvo Concept Coupe is practically no way resembles the current model line producer. In a completely uncharacteristic car grille with vertical ribs, unusually shaped lighting fixtures and significantly modified shoulder line.
The basis of the concept lay a new modular platform SPA, which is built crossover Volvo XC 90 2 generation (should debut in the 2014th). The movement brings coupe hybrid propulsion system including four-cylinder petrol turbo semeysva Drive-E and the electric motor. Their total output of 400 hp and 600 Nm of torque.
Interior Volvo Concept Coupe has a landing formula 2+2, and its design is more futuristic, compared with the exterior. In finishing salon using natural leather, wood and metal, and the transmission selector is made of crystal. Almost the entire center console is a large screen, some of the data from which can be duplicated onto a projection screen in front of the driver.

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