Following a teaser and several leaked images, Volvo has revealed the Concept Estate which will be shown in the metal next week in Geneva.
It represents the final concept part of a series which started with the Concept Coupe and continued with the Concept XC Coupe. This time we are dealing with a very attractive shooting brake body style equipped with a face that echoes those previous two concepts with a floating grille and a pair of sharp-looking headlights together with T-shaped LED daytime running lights.
The vehicle wears a dark brown pear color and rides on 21-inch five-spoke alloy wheels while the rear end is a throwback to the Volvo 1800 ES of the early 70s along with a chromed dual exhaust setup. It rides on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) as the other two concepts and uses an unspecified member of the firm's new Drive-E engine range.
Step inside the clean and simple interior cabin and you will notice a tablet-like touchscreen display takes care of most controls. Volvo says you will feel like in a Scandinavian living room thanks to high-end materials such as naturally tanned saddle leather, inlays made from naturally-aged waxed wood along with machined cooper inserts. This interior serves as a preview for what to expect in terms of cabin layout from upcoming Volvos, starting with the all-new XC90 programmed to arrive later this year.
The Volvo Concept Estate will be showcased at the beginning of next week for the 84th edition of the Geneva Motor Show.
Additional details can be found in the attached press release.