It all again from Mattias Vöcks. Once in 2006, the person who normally spends his days hand-assembling supercars for Koenigsegg, Swedish-born designer used the SEMA to debut his show-stopping custom 1967 Volvo Amazon that was once voted “Sweden’s Hottest Volvo.” This title make to go out for another of Vöcks’ stunning creations, for this time on the idea from the classic Volvo P1800 made famous in part as the car driven by Roger Moore in the British television series The Saint from the 1960s.
Vöcks has added a few modifications with help from Bo Zolland from Swedish design firm Vizualtech to bring the shapely Swedish beauty to modern standards. Many transformation are added by a rear diffuser for the aerodynamics. Also flat underbody tray and a front fascia that’s been smoothed out and lengthened by 70mm. Under the hood, this car is powered by a 4.4-liter V8 borrowed from a Volvo XC90 SUV that’s been force-fed by a turbocharger and routes its 600 horses through a six-speed manual transmission to the rear wheels.
According from the source, this custom Swede will enter the market in small-scale production in the future.