Special edition Volvo Ocean Race will take to Geneva

Special edition Volvo Ocean Race will take to Geneva

Volvo announced on Tuesday (18) leading to Ocean Race series at the Geneva Motor Show, with public opening scheduled for March 6. In total, six models will receive the special series: hatch V40, V40 Cross Country, V60, V70, XC60 and XC70.

As the name suggests, the show is a tribute to the Volvo Ocean Race, nautical competition that celebrates its fortieth anniversary in 2014.

Thus, V40 and V40 Cross Country win sports 17-inch wheels, while V60 and XC60 receives 18-inch wheels. For the four models are available in four color body, inner lining in black or beige leather with orange stitching and nameplate.

In the case of V70 and XC70, the exterior shall be multiple inserts in glossy black, including front and rear grill, plus light alloy wheels 17 or 18 inches.

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