Volvo has released the first official pictures of the C30 production model. The compact vehicle is based on the Volvo C30 Design Concept and will be unveiled at the next Paris Motor Show in September.
The YCC Concept, created by a team of women and unveiled by Volvo in 2004, has received the 2006 Swedish Design Award, whose aim is to showcase the wide scope of contemporary Swedish design expertise and to support design as a value-enhancing tool.
A side-by-side comparison (including a morphing animation) between the old and the brand new Volvo S80. The modern design features clean lines, compact volumes and smoother surfaces.
The C30 Concept is a sporty two-door concept car which gives strong hints on the design of the upcoming new Volvo C30 production model that will debut at the Paris Motor Show in September.
Unveiled by Volvo at the SEMA Show, the XC70 AT (All Terrain) Concept is a tuned version of the XC70 series model inspired by the legendary off-road Baja race.
The T6 is a custom hot-rod created by Leif Tufvesson, a former Volvo employee, and displayed at the SEMA Show in the official Volvo stand. It is entirely based on Volvo components and is powered with a twin turbocharged 6-cylinder engine.
The Volvo 'Extreme Gravity Car' was designed for "The Extreme Gravity Competition", an annual downhill car race for charity. With a top speed of 54 mph it was awarded the prize for the fastest car.
In Sweden 2005 has been proclaimed Design Year. As part of this campaign, last may Volvo Cars hosted a design seminar, "The Inside Story", in Barcelona. The official releases include some interesting design articles.
The all new Volvo C70 is a convertible which also doubles as a coupe thanks to a unique three-piece retractable hardtop. The development and manufacture of the new C70 is the result of a joint venture between Volvo and Pininfarina. The car will be...
11 APRIL 2005 - Volvo is introducing a new interior design and feel for its showrooms to reflect its Swedish style. Introducing the new-look to all Volvo dealers around the world is a global task expected to take up to four years.