September saw the Volvo Concept Coupe officially launched, with many critics lauding the vehicle for its design and new direction.
Following on from this success, the manufacturer is now set to unveil the next chapter in the Volvo range, with the release of the Concept XC Coupe at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in January next year.
The latest concepts are intended to show how Volvo are trying to tread a different path when it comes to design, defying expectations and causing debate and conversation among motoring enthusiasts and journalists.
Volvo is looking to push out its new Scalable Product Architecture in the future, with medium and large cars in the companies stock set to receive this aesthetic and structural design.
Early images suggest the car will deliver a two-slotted headlight configuration and a snubbed nose, changing the face of the vehicle. The rear also presents a robust lower half and a slimmer, trimmed upper half.
From a birdseye view, it seems the model can be fitted with a roof storage box, making it perfect for trips away.
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