Volvo Tundra

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Volvo Tundra was a concept car built and designed by Bertone in 1979. Bertone was told to do "something delicious" based on the Volvo 343. It was rejected by Volvo who thought it was too modern and difficult to sell. Bertone instead sold a very similar design to Citroën where it was produced as Citroën BX.[1]

The car featured a digital speedometer and was powered by a 1.4 litre four cylinder engine giving 70 hp.

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