394bhp, four-wheel drive, race-bred aero
6 April 2010

This is the first look at the Volvo C30 Performance Concept Prototype, which has been developed by the firm's championship-winning Swedish Touring Car Team, Polestar Performance.

Developing 394bhp and featuring a four-wheel drive system and race-developed aerodynamics, the car was designed to be the ultimate performance version of the C30.

See the Volvo C30 Performance Concept Prototype picture

The C30 Performance Concept Prototype will be at the Gothenburg motor show between 22-25 April, where Polestar is also unveiling a range of performance enhancements for D5-engined Volvo cars.

The Polestar engine software kit costs £640 and adds 20bhp and 37lb ft of torque. It's available on the XC90, S80, V70, XC70, XC60 and outgoing S60.

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6 April 2010

What the ford focus RS should have been but wasnt.

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