Volvo Concept Estate

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Volvo Concept Estate,
with a Volvo Duett in the background.

The Volvo Concept Estate is a concept car first unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

Volvo Concept Estate is the last of three concept cars designed by Volvo's head of design Thomas Ingenlath intended to point the way for Volvo's future design direction.[1] The basic design is shared with the preceding Volvo Concept Coupe and Volvo Concept XC Coupe while the Concept Estate is a shooting brake like the 1800 ES of the 1970s. The Concept Estate is based on Volvo's new platform Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) which will provide the technical foundation for all future Volvo models starting with the upcoming second generation XC90 later in 2014.[1] [2]


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  2. ^ "2014 Volvo Estate Concept Design Unveiled". Retrieved 18 March 2014. 

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