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Volvo Seriously Showing up at SEMA


zyajzarc
11-09-2003, 11:00 PM
Well... it seems that volvo has decided to show some realistic modification to the world at this year SEMA auto show. Here are some pictures of the modified Volvo V70R: (all pictures taken from www.swedespeed.com (http://www.swedespeed.com) )

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/01.jpg

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/02.jpg

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/09.jpg

INTERIOR:

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/19.jpg

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/20.jpg

http://www.swedespeed.com/resources/gallery/auto_shows/sema_03/volvo/images/large/16.jpg\

Well.. it kinda looks like the PCC2 concept.. but this car is a real V70R. Here's what Swedespeed had to say about the car:

"The first car, a V70R painted in Doolan's favorite, Laser Blue, was a showcase for Volvo partsbin and not-so-partsbin pieces. Its body kit, using front chin spoiler and sideskirts from the S60R Sport in Europe also featured a prototype rear piece to make it work with the V70's longer tail. While the V70 kit is still a prototype, we hear the S60 version will be available through North American dealers very shortly.

The blue wagon, bearing more than a passing resemblance to the PCC2 concept car, also featured wheels, hubs and brakes sourced from the S60-challenge series and rear-seat entertainment similar to the system first seen in the S80 75th Anniversary Edition."

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