Volvo 263 GL (1975)

1y ago


In the 1970s, Volvo explored ways to replace the P1800 ES without taking the costly route of developing a standalone model. The 263 GL was one of the solutions it came up with. As its name implies, it’s a three-door version of the 260-Series equipped with a 2.7-litre PRV V6 engine. Volvo’s archives department notes that the 263 GL was interesting, but that it never stood a chance at making production.

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  • Really nice car, it could've been successful, like Saab 900

      1 year ago
  • Although this would have been very nice to see on the road, I‘m happy that Volvo never has been a company that tried to fill each and every market niche (like others do - *Germans*)

      1 year ago


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