You'll hear the words in our headline a handful of seconds into Volvo's video above.
Muttered by Murray Walker, they refer to one of the most unusual cars the British Touring Car Championship had ever seen - Volvo's 850 Estate.
It's hard to believe but it's now 20 years since Volvo shocked the BTCC with its estate car entry, precursor to today's Volvo V70. While the drivers noted better aerodynamics from the elongated shape, compared to its equally boxy saloon equivalent, the real reason for the entry was marketing.
Whoever came up with the idea was a genius - the 1994 BTCC season and Volvo's equivalent 850 T5 and 850 R road-going models changed Volvo's image virtually overnight.
No longer was it the maker of estate cars filled with dogs and whose myopic owners were feared by motorcyclists everywhere - now, Volvo was the maker of practical vehicles with unlikely performance.
850 road cars didn't perform quite like their BTCC counterparts of course. It's hard to believe given its size, but Volvo's entry met the BTCC's 950-kilo minimum weight limit, while its 5-cylinder engine developed something north of 280 horsepower at 8,500 rpm.
The car never won a race, though Dutch ace Jan Lammers and Swedish driver Rickard Rydell did manage 5th-place finishes during the season. The Estate also gave Volvo and Rydell the knowledge they needed to finish third in the 850 saloon in 1995, taking several wins along the way. Rydell went on to be champion in 1998, at the wheel of another Volvo - the S40.
Fittingly, 2014 marks the return of another estate car to the series - Honda Yuasa Racing is fielding a Honda Civic Tourer in this year's championship. Could 2014 be the year of the championship-winning estate?