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2009 Volvo C70 Ice White

Volvo UK has launched a new special edition C70. Called C70 Ice White, the new special edition is priced at £24,495 OTR and is available to order now; it features £2,350 worth of extra equipment over the standard 2.0D S model on which it is based which retails at £24,995.

Volvo C70 Ice White

Externally, the Volvo C70 Ice White sports the head-turning Ice White finish. The interior boasts sumptuous Calcite leather upholstery with black interior trim and aluminum inlays. The exterior appeal is also boosted with 18” Midir diamond cut alloy wheels.

Volvo C70 Ice White

The Ice White is powered by a four-cylinder 2.0D diesel engine (136PS), which emits 161g/km CO2 and returns up to 46.3mpg fuel economy on the combined cycle. Options include Volvo’s Powershift gearbox for £1,400 – a six-speed twin-clutch transmission which provides the comfort of a full automatic mode with the performance of a manual. Powershift versions return up to 44.8mpg and 167g/km CO2.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Volvo’s striking four-seater C70 Coupe-Convertible packs some extra appeal this spring with the introduction of the ‘Ice White’. Priced at an attractive £24,495 OTR and available to order now, the C70 Ice White features £2,350 worth of extra equipment over the standard 2.0D S model on which it is based which retails at £24,995 OTR. Externally, the Volvo C70 Volvo C70 Ice White sports the head-turning Ice White finish. The interior boasts sumptuous Calcite leather upholstery with black interior trim and aluminum inlays. The exterior appeal is also boosted with 18” Midir diamond cut alloy wheels.

The Volvo C70 is an extraordinary sports coupe that can transform itself into a full convertible at the touch of a button. The unique three-piece metal roof goes up or down in less than 30 seconds and makes the Volvo C70 two cars in one: a sports coupe that offers excellent performance and agile handling, and a beautiful convertible just right for open-sky motoring.

Volvo C70 Ice White

Peter Rask, Managing Director at Volvo Car UK Ltd, said: “The Volvo C70 is Volvo’s most aspirational car and with the addition of the Ice White benefits, this car will stand out even further from the crowd. We have seen a huge increase in the popularity of our ‘Ice White’ color from customers, especially on C30, hence the launch of this model in time for summer.

“And whether it’s a sun-blessed season or a traditional British washout, C70 owners can enjoy as much or as little of the weather as they like, thanks to the car’s versatile hard-top convertible.”

Comprehensive equipment levels include Electronic Climate Control with Air Quality System (AQS), front fog lights, steering wheel mounted audio controls, electric windows and mirrors, alarm and a vehicle information center. The C70 also comes with cruise control and DSTC (Dynamic Stability and Traction Control).

Volvo C70 Ice White

Other safety features include WHIPS (Whiplash Protection System), SIPS (Side Impact Protection System), ROPS (Roll-Over Protection System) and IC (Inflatable Curtain) and all Volvo C70 models come with a three-year/60,000 mile peace of mind warranty package.

The Ice White is powered by a four-cylinder 2.0D diesel engine (136PS), which emits 161g/km CO2 and returns up to 46.3mpg fuel economy on the combined cycle. Options include Volvo’s Powershift gearbox for £1,400 – a six-speed twin-clutch transmission which provides the comfort of a full automatic mode with the performance of a manual. Powershift versions return up to 44.8mpg and 167g/km CO2.


4 comments:

Audilicious was right. This Ice White is really quite impressive than to their latest C70 design. It looks so cozy and relaxing. I also love the hygienic appearance that it had, but I’m quite curious on its figure performance.

Volvo C70 Ice White is impressive compared to their latest C70, I must say that I’m still prepared this one than to their latest design and I noticed that it is much looking great on a white color.

I guess I’ll have to see it in person to understand the awkwardness you’re talking about, ’cause it looks quite nice in these photos.

Agreed, it looks good. Nothing like the awkward Eos. That antenna is odd though...

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