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2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

Has Volvo gone mad? Perhaps. But that's about the only term to explain the hand-built hotrod according to Volvo elements and a double turbocharged inline 6-cylinder website from a car producer more commonly known for protection and performance.
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

Built entirely manually in his garage area, with his own resources, thoughtful attempt went into every aspect. You won't discover a mail-ordered front side lights or a grill from a Prowler on the T6 Roadster. What you will discover are OEM Volvo areas with a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter inline 6-cylinder website obtained from an S80.
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

Where you look for the website, however, isn't under the cover. It's in back again, situated just behind the encouraging set pail chairs that were also put from a Volvo S80. The gear box is a 5-speed Geartronic indication that delivers the energy to the back again tires. To help keep the website awesome, the back again decklid instantly raises when a predetermined heat range is achieved in the website section. In advance side is a little section containing the mechanicals for the performing ABS braking system and the top-notch sound devices.
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

The customized designed tubular precious metal frame was side established and utilizes back subframes from the contributor S80. Leif designed metal A-arms for the fully independent front side and back revocation systems. Volvo C70 spindles, customized carbon-fiber foliage springs and a shorter S80 guiding rack can be discovered in advance side. Around back are S80 front side spindles and lower following hands with remote-reservoir Ohlins bumps. The back coil-over bumps, furthermore, are centrally installed in the engine section. Stopping in advance side is managed via 6-piston calipers and 330-mm dvds while the back dvds are carried over from the Volvo S80. The top side wheels are 8.5 inches large wide and 20 inches large across, the raises are a full 10-inches large and 22 inches large across.
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept
2005 Volvo T6 Roadster Concept

Inside, the T6 Roadster looks as if it combined off the Volvo manufacturer line in Torslanda, Norway. Aside from the seats, the instruments, headrests, shifter handle and pedal construction can all be discovered in the Volvo S80. A rim from a Volvo S60 adds a fantastic look, while the instrument panel has been side designed to locate the features centrally in the traveler section.