Volvo's new concept car is likely to use the firm's SPA platform
The new two-door concept appears to be based on an estate
The new concept will be seen in the metal at the Geneva motor show
A large Volvo badge features at the front of the concept, likely alongside the firm's new corporate front-end design
The concept gets a heavily-sloped rear tailgate and a spoiler
Revealed in Detroit earlier this year, the Concept XC Coupe gives a close look at the new Volvo XC90
The Concept Coupe was the first model in the design series to be shown; it was last seen at the Tokyo motor show
Volvo has released a series of preview images of its new concept car, which will be revealed in full at the Geneva motor show next month.
From these images, the model appears to be a two-door estate. It's the third concept in a series of studies by design boss Thomas Ingenlath.
This new concept gets large rectangular exhausts at the rear, alongside wraparound taillights and a heavily-sloping tailgate with a rear spoiler. Large alloy wheels, similar to those used on the Concept Coupe, can also be seen. Pictures of the car initially leaked online earlier today.
Volvo's new corporate front end, featuring a slim 'floating' radiator grille and new T-shaped headlights should also make their way onto concept.
Like its sister cars, the new concept is likely to show off the flexibility of Volvo's new Scalable Product Architecture platform, as well as providing a close look at the firm's evolving design language and future production models.