The new Concept Coupe’ unveiled is the first in the 3 of its new concept launch set to outline the brands future design vision, which will focus primarily on emotion. “The new Volvo Concept Coupé reveals how we could shape our cars from now on. Free from the superficial surface excitement of other brands, we add emotional value to the Volvo brand with the calm, confident beauty that is the hallmark of Scandinavian design,” says Thomas Ingenlath.
When the iconic XC90 is launched at the end of 2014, the true vision will become obvious.
The new Concept Coupe’ mimics the P1800, which was made famous by Roger Moore in the British drama – “The Saint”.
A whole new developed architectural and engine programme that enables new and exciting exterior and interior design.
A completely new approach to a human -centric user experience.
A large portrait touch- screen in the centre console which interacts with an adaptive head up display in front of the driver.
When viewing the Concept Coupe’ from the side, the Volvo concept reveals its most powerful proportion.
The distance between the dashboard and the front axle has been extended.
The rear passenger windows moved slightly rearwards .
The face of the Coupe’ is consistent with the topography of the bonnet and the floating grille, flanked by headlights which features radical T.shaped DRL light guides.
The inside of the Concept Coupe’ echoes the blue grey exterior.
The leather panel, inlays made of naturally aged wood and the dark -blue woven concept beautifully blended with machine metal details screams refined and handcrafted.