The German tuning company Heico Sportiv have created a concept car for Volvo Cars of
America, yet before the basis, the all-new compact C30, has been launched. The HS3 Thor
named vehicle showcases the C30 on the glamour and tuning motor show SEMA at Las Vegas.
The urban camouflage paint hint to the favourite territory of both the production model
and the concept: The city. Since Volvo don't offer an all wheel drive on their Audi A3
rival, the tuners from Heico put an 4WD-system to the vehicle.
This might be great and give prove of the remarkable proficiency of the Volvo specialists
but, the compact car from Scandinavia will be mainly used on urban roads. So it won't
rarely be more than a curb crawler in reality. However, there are many features that make
the study a highly interesting thing. As Heico also want to promote their engagement in
North America with the thing, the Germans have put lots of tuning goodies to their side
stylish walk climber.
Amongst them: Carbon suspension struts, 4-piston sports braking system, more power for the
diesel motor and interior upgrades ranging from full leather trim to electronic on-board
entertainment such as an iPOD nano. Those who contemplate buying and individualising a
Volvo C30 should have a look at this concept as it's not only conceived to support the
business of Heico Sportive in America but it also foreshadows the company's range for the
Swedish car maker's smallest model that could be a serious option to some premium products
of firms that headquarter at Central Europe - if you know what we mean.