Volvo Concept shows Estate

Volvo Concept shows Estate

Volvo presented at the Geneva Motor Show Concept Estate, a kind of familiar version of the Coupe Concept, shown at the last Frankfurt Motor Show.

The car has beautiful headlights with LED daytime running lights "T" shape. The sinuous shapes of the wings continue with the already famous ascending waist line, forming a kind of "shoulder". Ago, the van has accompanying lanterns forms of bodywork.

Quite luxurious, the Concept Estate has lining in leather with wood trim and chrome accents. The instrument panel is digital and multimedia system features a huge vertical screen reminding quite a tablet.

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