Manufactured between 1996 and 2013 across two generations by Volvo, the C70 is a two-door, four passengers sport compact car.

DNA Collectibles decided to reproduce the Volvo C70 Softtop Convertible first generation built between 1997 and 2005 in Uddevalla, Sweden.

The C70 was first unveilled to the world in 1996 at the Paris Motor Show, to be then officially introduced on the European market in 1997, followed by North America the year after. The exterior design was handled by Mr Peter Horbury whereas the interior design was taken care by Mr Jose Diaz de la Vega. The C70 is considered to be the successor of the Volvo 780, which was also reproduced by DNA Collectibles.

46'786 out of 72'000 first generation C70 production were convertible versions, on which 24'948 were sold in the US!

You can shop the Volvo C70 Convertible in our store here.

 You can watch below a very interesting review of the Volvo C70 Convertible provided by Men and Motors in 2013:

 

Manufactured between 1996 and 2013 across two generations by Volvo, the C70 is a two-door, four passengers sport compact car.

DNA Collectibles decided to reproduce the Volvo C70 Softtop Convertible first generation built between 1997 and 2005 in Uddevalla, Sweden.

The C70 was first unveilled to the world in 1996 at the Paris Motor Show, to be then officially introduced on the European market in 1997, followed by North America the year after. The exterior design was handled by Mr Peter Horbury whereas the interior design was taken care by Mr Jose Diaz de la Vega. The C70 is considered to be the successor of the Volvo 780, which was also reproduced by DNA Collectibles.

46'786 out of 72'000 first generation C70 production were convertible versions, on which 24'948 were sold in the US!

You can shop the Volvo C70 Convertible in our store here.

 You can watch below a very interesting review of the Volvo C70 Convertible provided by Men and Motors in 2013:

 

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