Built by Leif Tufvesson in honor of Volvo’s 80th birthday, the Jacob is a retro-penned hotrod inspired by the first series-produced Volvo car, the ÖV4 (the Swedish abbreviation for Open Car, 4 cylinders) that gained the nickname “Jacob”. The hand-built aluminium body hotrod is based on a carbon fiber chassis and it’s equipped with Volvo’s Flexifuel, five-cylinder turbocharged engine that generates 265 Hp.
The entire build is typical of Leif Tufvesson's style. Lean. Aesthetically elegant. Stylishly minimalist. Largely because most of the components have been hidden away inside the body. For instance the springs and dampers, the electrical components and exhaust system. The result is that the body and axles look like they are floating in the air. Design Brilliance.
its really nice what you have done. please can you give the dimentions and drawings of the body work im building my first car and im from nz 17 years old