The impressive Volvo Concept Estate has been officially unveiled during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The model in question represents the final concept part of a series which started with the Concept Coupe and then continued with the Concept XC Coupe and it has a very attractive shooting brake body style, which a front fascia similar to the two previously named concepts, a floating grille, T-shaped LED daytime running lights and some other tweaks.
The brand new Volvo Concept Estate has been finished in a brown pearl shade and it has a chromed dual exhaust setup, a rear end similar to the 1800 ES from the 1970s and 21-inch five-spoke alloy wheels. Volvo says that this new concept car is riding on the SPA (Scalable Product Architecture) and this will eventually make its way into showrooms as the new XC90 generation.
The cabin of this one-off vehicle has received some high-end materials like the tanned saddle leather, waxed wood, cooper inserts, a tablet-like touch screen display to operate most of the controls and much more. The interior design will be eventually adopted, but probably in a toned down version, by future models produced by Volvo. The new generation of the XC90 will arrive later on this year, probably at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, in October.