2010 Volvo C70 Facelift

Set to be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the facelifted C70 features dynamic styling inspired by the S60 Concept. The most noticeable exterior update is a completely redesigned front end that features a bold grille, new headlights, and additional chrome detailing. Out back, the changes are more modest as the biggest difference is the addition of LED taillights. As before, the convertible comes equipped with a three-piece steel roof which can be raised or lowered in approximately 30 seconds.

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test it! The Volvo C70 Coupe Convertible | drive it
Volvo has given its C70 coupe convertible a facelift for 2010.Just in time for the start of the convertible season, Drive it! takes the basic, 136 hp diesel model with dual clutch Powershift transmission out for a spin. How well does the C70 fare during a test drive in the city? The vehicle has been given a more elegant look in the front and the back. We take the car out on a weekend shopping trip to find out whether it's practical as well as beautiful.





2010 Volvo C70 - Initial Impressions
http://honk.com - Meet Dan and Mandi, a 20-something couple from LA. Mandi's angling for her next car to be a convertible and Dan's in the market for a sports sedan... or is he? Check out their initial impressions of the 2010 Volvo C70 convertible and then tell us what YOU think of the car on Honk: http://www.honk.com/volvo/c70





2007 Volvo C70 Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/KBB/NewCars/Volvo_C70.aspx Volvo C70. Although the first retractable hard top-convertible was introduced decades ago, the concept has only recently caught on with car makers. Combining the security and all-weather comfort of a coupe with the drop-top fun of a convertible, the Volvo C70 has plenty to offer those who want the best of both worlds. Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Volvo C70. The C70 may be a convertible but it is first and foremost, a Volvo. Reinforced roof rails, pop-up roll bars and door-mounted side-curtain airbags offer drivers the level of safety theyve come to expect from the brand that has become synonymous with safe car. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit http://www.kbb.com today.





► 2013 Volvo C70
Recent design refinements have brought the C70 closer to the design language of the larger cars in the Volvo model range. The nose is more wedge-shaped and has been given added three-dimensional depth by moving some elements of the front both longitudinally and vertically. The headlamps and the décor around the fog lamps, for instance, have been angled offset up and to the rear, at the same time as the detailing of the lower grille has been enhanced. From head-on, the front forms an open, inviting "V". The enlarged iron mark and the enlarged air intake reinforce the self-assured stance. The shoulder line swings up towards the rear to give an impression of dynamism and reinforces the feeling of a protective collar around those travelling in the back. The refined impression is enhanced by other details, such as the bright work by the LED Daytime Running Lights, the chrome strip on the lower part of the rear bumper and the 18-inch, silver bright colour wheel "Morpheus". DRIVELINE Transverse engines The engines in the Volvo C70 are transversely installed in-line units. Together with large displacement, the five-cylinder configuration provides high torque across a broad rev band and thus also swift acceleration and excellent driveability within a wide speed range. T5 with 230 hp The Volvo C70 T5 petrol engine features a turbocharger and five-speed automatic transmission. It produces 230 hp and 320 Nm of torque. 2-litre diesel The five-cylinder, 2-litre turbodiesel is in principle the same engine as the well-established 2.4-litre diesel, but its displacement has been reduced with a shorter stroke to optimise fuel consumption. The engine has been optimised for low fuel consumption and the injection system has a different type of piezoelectric fuel injector compared with the D5 engine. These injectors minimise consumption with exceptionally rapid and precise injection pulses under high pressure. This promotes extremely efficient combustion. In the Volvo C70 the 2-litre diesel is available in two variants - both with a six-speed automatic transmission or six-speed manual gearbox. D4 with 177 hp and 400 Nm of torque and a fuel consumption of 5,9 litre/100 km with manual gearbox and 6.4 litre/100 km with the automatic. D3 with 150 hp and 350 Nm of torque and a fuel consumption of 5,9 litre/100 km with manual gearbox and 6.4 litre/100 km with the automatic.




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