Volvo 760 first cruising in Budapest, fully cutted film
A good friend took this video and made it a perfect short movie when I drove my 760 from the Exhaust repair to the injector tuners... Pay attention to the harmony of the music as the light turns green!
Nürburgring Nordschleife in a Volvo 760 Turbo
Me driving a lap (with 3 passengers) on the Nordschleife during the
Touristenfahrten when we were there for the EU6.0 turbobricks meet (31.07.2011). Great fun!
Volvo 760 (MY 1982) with B204GT engine (1990 - 16 valve turbo)
Garrett T3 (.63 exh. and 60 trim compressor)
Bilstein B6 (front)
Koni Yellow (rear)
2015 Volvo XC90 vs. 2015 BMW X5 - DESIGN
2015 BMW X5
Engineered in Germany and built in South Carolina, the 2015
BMW X5 continues to be a benchmark for any company contemplating a new
luxury mid-size SUV. The X5's off-road-ability may be outweighed by its
superb on-road manners, but that's all on purpose--it's a luxury family
wagon tailored for comfort, meant for gated-community garages everywhere.
The X5 can seat up to seven, and for most of those passengers, it's a
warmer ambiance to soak up. Seat comfort isn't perfect, though, with some
flatness in the front buckets. The second-row seat in the X5 can now be
split 40/20/40, for more flexibility, and they're adjustable for rake.
The X5 hasn't dramatically changed its sheetmetal in this generation, but
the cabin's reworked handsomely. The new X5 is more gracefully sculpted
than its ancestors, in measurable amounts but not in any dramatic fashion.
In the cockpit, the monolithic bulge of BMW's latest dash designs shows up
in swell form, made distinctive this time with a choice of neutral and
brown leathers over the standard black leatherette. It's not so broad a
palette until you reach into the more extreme colors on the option list.
There's even a reddish-brown.
The BMW X5 occupies that performance space typical of German SUVs like the
Mercedes M-Class and VW Touareg and, yes we're going there, the Jeep Grand
Cherokee. There's diesel power available, insanely plush spin-offs with V-8
2015 Volvo XC90
ollowing several leaks, Volvo has published a full set of details about the
2015 XC90. The Swedish automaker's range-topping crossover will be
presented to the public for the first time at the Paris Motor Show next
The XC90 inaugurates Volvo's next design language that was previewed by a
series of show cars including the retro-inspired Concept Estate introduced
last March in Geneva. Generally more angular than the current model, the
crossover boasts a tall front end characterized by a floating radiator
grille with horizontal slats, sharp headlights with T-shaped LED daytime
running lights and a rippled hood. Out back, the upright tail lamps remain
but they adopt LED technology.
Inside, the XC90 moves up on the market with a luxurious cockpit that
features acres of leather upholstery, real wood trim on the dashboard and
on the center console as well as a large tablet-like touch screen that
controls the crossover's infotainment system. The steering is commanded
through a three-spoke multi-function wheel, and the XC90 packs a fully
digital instrument cluster.
Staying true to tradition, Volvo has equipped the XC90 with a full suite of
electronic driving aids and safety features including two functions that
have never been used on a production car before. The first is a run-off
road protection function that tightens seat belts and helps cushion
vertical forces if the XC90 is accidentally driven off the road and into a
ditch, for example. The second is an automatic brake at intersection
feature that stops the crossover if it detects the driver pulls out in
front of a car that is going too fast.
Under the Skin
Under normal driving conditions, the two power sources will work together
to generate about 400 horsepower and a V8-like 472
lb-ft. of torque. Alternatively, the motor will be able to propel the XC90
on electricity alone for up to 24 miles.
Conventional versions of the next XC90 will be powered by Volvo's new
Drive-E engine family which will include two gas-burning mills rated at 254
and 316 horsepower, respectively,
and two turbodiesels tuned to generate
190 and 225 ponies. The oil-burners are unlikely to be sold on this side of
The 2015 Volvo XC90 will go on sale shortly after it debuts in the French
capital. Full pricing information will be published closer to its on-sale
date, but Volvo has revealed the XC90 T6 AWD will start at $48,900. The
list of standard features will include navigation, a panoramic sunroof and
Buyers will be asked to choose from two basic model lines: Urban Luxury and
Rugged Luxury. The elegant Urban Luxury model will pack a color-coordinated
body kit with stainless steel trim and 21-inch wheels, while the Cross
Country-inspired Rugged Luxury model will stand out with flat black trim,
skid plates on both ends and 22-inch alloys.
Finally, Volvo will offer a limited run of 1,927 XC90 First Edition models,
a number chosen to celebrate the year of the automaker's birth. First
Edition models come with custom badging all around, a numbered plaque
inside and a long list of standard features including air suspension on
both axles and a 19-speaker, 1,400-watt sound system. First Edition models
will be exclusively offered with a four-cylinder mill that generates 316 horsepower and 295
lb-ft. of torque.
The First Edition cars will be sold online on a first-come, first-served
basis on September 3rd, 2014, starting at 10:00am. Pricing will kick off at
Volvo 760 TD snowy cold start
Rare snowfall and cold winter temps in Seattle, video of getting my 1983
Volvo 760 GLE turbodiesel started and
dug out. Ambient temperature was roughly 27F, car had sat overnight. How a
healthy D24T should start when engine mechanicals, fuel system, glow
system, and charging/starting systems are all in proper order. I would have
lifted the hood, but didn't want to move all the snow...
Apologies for the car's appearance, it is a project that has been sorted
mechanically but not yet cosmetically.
Short film about passion "Volvo 850 T5"
Projekt VOLVO 850 T5.
Film of passion for the automotive industry.
Volvo 740: The END (HD)
Volvo, Rest In Peace! Music: Albinoni - Adagio in G Minor.
Behind the scenes: http://tos.pp.fi/images/album/volvo/ NEW PIX, updated at
Life ends to metal recycling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNKHXacIPnY
-The engine was already too much broken before destroy....
Crash Testing the 2013 Volvo XC60! - The Downshift Episode 51
We visit Ruckersville, VA and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's
Vehicle Research Center. IIHS is crash testing the 2013 Volvo XC60 in one
of their newest tests - the small overlap front test. On this episode of
The Downshift, learn why this kind of front overlap impact has such a
reputation for killing cars and their passengers, and find out if the Volvo
XC60 passes the test.
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Hajen Som Visste För Mycket - Taksänkt Volvo 760 (Roof Chopped Volvo 760)
Den Taksänkta 760'n från filmen "Hajen Som Visste För Mycket".
Enligt rykten ska den ha byggts till filmen av Volvo men sedan ha skrotats
efter inspelningen... Tyvärr...
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1982 Volvo 760 Executive
A roofchopped 1982 Volvo 760 Executive in the Swedish comedy "Hajen Som
Visste För Mycket" .
This unique and rare Volvo was built by Volvo only for this movie.
Unfortunately the car was scrapped after the movie was finished...
But undeniably one very cool Volvo! Looks awesome Roof Chopped!
New 2015 Volvo XC90 review exterior interior & engineer interview at Volvo Ocean Race
Video from the world premiere XC90: http://youtu.be/hSvdCcBUOhw
XC60 compact SUV video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji3xGKh2miI
Background text German (or use translator):
In this video, Thomas from Autogefühl is giving you his comments on the
all-new 2015 Volvo XC90 in a static review of the exterior and interior.
Also, we are interviewing Jonas Klint, Chief engineer with Volvo. All took
place at the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante.