The upcoming Los Angeles Motor Show is starting to unveil its most important models to ever be unveiled there and, to start with, Volvo will be there with a special edition of the C70.
Those hoping for the
uglier extra door version of the C30 will be hung at noon disappointed to find this but since I prefer fun stuff, this is much better.
Also, my guess is that the Volvo C70 Inscription edition will go down much better with summer cruising than a new estate like hatchback.
The handsome convertible gets itself a black paint finish, a set of black 18 inch wheels and some chrome highlights to seriously bring everything out.
Inside the Volvo C70 Inscription there’s a refreshed interior that features special leather trim and aluminum accents that continue the same effect as the exterior.
A few new technical details like the Bi-Xenon headlights and daytime running lights also sweeten the deal of the Volvo C70 convertible and then there’s the big one.
Not only will the Volvo C70 Inscription edition be limited to a production run of just 2.000 units and, given the current situation at the Swedish company’s production facilities may end up seing this as the last ever convertible to be built by them.
Until then, why not just enjoy the simple existence of the very handsome looking coupe cabriolet and pay some decent attention to it when it comes to Los Angeles.