Volvo V70R Not Normal - Hoodie

$49.90
  • Crafted for comfort, with a soft, pill-resistant finish
  • Unisex sizing with Double needle stitching and Pouch pocket
  • 8-ounce, 50% cotton, 50% polyester
  • Direct to garment Digital Print
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Volvo V70R Silver / Atacama

As with the previous generation, Volvo offered a high-performance variant called the V70R AWD based on Phase II V70. The R model was unveiled at the 2002 Paris Motor Show on 26 September. Released in 2003, the model pioneered many firsts for Volvo. It was only available with a Haldex based all-wheel drive system, Four-C electronically adjustable suspension and a 2.5L turbocharged five cylinder engine rated at 300 PS and 400 Nm of torque. This allowed for a 0–60 mph time of 5.9 seconds.

The R was available with a six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic transmission. The 2005 facelift saw the five-speed automatic replaced by a more modern six-speed unit. All model years were equipped with large 4-piston 330 mm brakes made by Brembo that provided high-performance braking capabilities in line with the car's high-performance characteristics. The V70R came as standard with Volvo's 4C multi-mode suspension developed with suspension experts Öhlins. The driver could choose from three different settings to vary the car's handling depending on driving style and conditions.

In a 2006 article titled "The Manwagon", The Wall Street Journal linked the V70R to a trend "to lure speed-crazy guys with kids," saying "car makers are trying to transform the dowdy old family hauler into something new," and that "consumer research had unearthed a surprising number of family men who thought wagons could be cool, if only they had more guts."

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