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Volvo introduced the Volvo P1800 Coupe in 1960. It was so innovative then that it won a prestigious award at the World's Best Car Awards, and Volvo was known as a sports car manufacturer by many people at that time. Since then, Volvo has had many great cars including the Volvo 120 cd, Volvo 240 s, Volvo TU 6, and Volvo VLCC.
There have been many more great Volvo sports car models since the original Volvo P1800 coupe. The most recent is the Volvo Caravan which has both utility and a stylish look. This car is a great family car as well as a sports car. Many people choose this car for its ability to fit into smaller spaces, although it can be quite large and bulky when going to the mountains or places with rough terrain. In my opinion, a Volvo caravan is a classic and extremely versatile vehicle.
Volvo's new lightweight EKW (ethylene-acrylonitrilebutene) engine provides the power for this car. It uses lighter weight materials than the classic Volvo engines, which allows for greater fuel economy. Volvo claims a maximum fuel economy of 47mpg. This may not be true, however, some Volvo enthusiasts consider that the fuel economy of the classic Volvo engines is much better. This might be due to the fact that the engine has a much larger fan and combustion chamber.