Volvo showcased a new two-door design study at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit today and it’s called the Concept XC Coupe.
Supposedly this vehicle is the second of three design studies that preview the Swedish brand’s new styling direction. However, with the exception of its back end this four-seater is rather boring. Orange accents and matte rubber moldings do add a touch of expression to an otherwise subdued vehicle.
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Additionally, the Concept XC Coupe demonstrates the capability of Volvo’s new Scalable Product Architecture, SPA for short. Its structure features high-strength boron steel and clever engineering that supposedly affords world-class safety without compromising design, size or weight.
Aside from styling and a few other basic items Volvo has not shared much else about this vehicle. We have no idea what it’s powered by or any other interesting details like that to share.
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