At the Los Angeles Design Challenge Competition, Volvo took the open-air experience at a whole new level with its ‘lighter than a Formula 1 racing car' study project - the Volvo Air Motion. Besides its strong yet ultra-light body structure, the Air Motion concept vehicle further adds to its superlatives eco-friendliness, as it is not using a single drop of gasoline while driving wild.

The Volvo Air Motion's body mirrors the look of a clam shell and is built from a ultra light carbon fiber material, which tips the scales at under 1,000lbs. For powering the concept, Volvo uses powerful yet simple compressed air motors instead of a heavy internal combustion engine.

Aimed at enthusiast, Volvo Air Motion can be seen at the show in 1/4 scale model displayed in the area that connects the South and the West Halls. It fully showcases the beauty and purity of Scandinavian vision and further delivers a guilt free, raw driving experience.

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