Volvo will close the book on its trilogy of conceptual vehicles – which already includes the Concept Coupe and Concept XC – with the debut of the Concept Estate at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Featuring a shooting brake body style, the Estate echoes the aesthetics of the previous two designs with a wide floating rectangular grille and T-shaped headlights, but features a longer, sloping roofline – made entirely of glass – and more functional trunk space as a nod to the Volvo 1800 ES of the ’70s. The interior is highlighted by Volvo’s new user interface system along with natural wood, white leather and bold orange accents. While what lies under the hood remains a mystery ahead of its debut in Switzerland, the Estate is likely powered by the Coupe’s hybrid powertrain – a 2.0 liter engine and electric motor combination capable of 400 horsepower and around 443 lb-ft of torque.
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