The Volvo Amazon 121 (P130) is a mid-size car produced by Volvo from 1956 to 1970 and was offered as a four-door saloon, two-door coupé, or five-door estate.
Entering production in 1956, the Amazon was introduced as a 121 four-door with a 1.6 litre inline-four engine with the P120 body code. In 1958, it became the first car to offer three-point front seat belts as standard with its following introduction to the United States in 1959 as the 122S.
In 1961, a new 1.8 litre inline-four engine was fitted as a replacement for the 1.6 litre engine and the two-door coupé design was made available. In 1962, the 120 body code was replaced with the 130. The 123 GT was introduced in 1966 and the 2.0 litre inline-four engine was included for the 121, as well as the 122S, in 1968 before production ended in July 1970.
Need for Speed: Payback
The Amazon P130 appears in Need for Speed: Payback as an abandoned car with limited availability. It is unlocked upon successfully delivering it to Rav at his airfield during its rotation period.
It is unlocked for purchase from the drag, drift, off-road, race, and runner class dealerships upon successfully delivering it to Rav at his airfield during its rotation period as an abandoned car.