Volvo MPV digitally imagined, very unlikely to happen

Volvo’s new design language was introduced with the second-generation XC90, and more models with this new styling are to follow soon.

What if Volvo decided to build a minivan?

Talented Theophilus Chin has digitally imagined a potential van with the latest Volvo design language and Volvo badge. There are also some design elements from Volkswagen Sharan.

This conceptual Swedish MPV is an interesting idea, but it is very unlikely Volvo has anything like this planned at the moment, as the market for minivans is not that big and there are more important models in the pipeline.

Volvo has some big updates coming in the near future, as it will replace the outdated S80 soon with a new S90, which will also come as an estate version called V90.

An all-new XC60 is also in development, as well a new V40 in 2016 and a crossover version of it later, likely to use XC40 name.

In 2017 we can also expect the new generation S60 and V60.

Volvo MPV rear


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