The Volvo C30 is a small family car produced by Volvo Cars class. The Volvo C30 is a three-door shooting brake, four-seater motor by straight-4 and 5 are driven directly. The car has a range of S40/V50/C70 hatchback, and uses the same Ford C1platform. It is marketed conceived as a premium hatchback or a sports coupe specially for Volvo for the first time buyers and the youth market. It is expected that the production of 65,000 units per year, 75% sold on the European market.
Volvo C30 Concept Car (2006)
Volvo C30 Design Concept two-door four-seater with a glass tailgate. It includes two-tone white and bronze colors, beautiful body, 5×130 W digital amplifier ICE Alpine, Dolby Pro Logic II Surround and 10 loudspeakers from Danish Dynaudio line five-cylinder turbocharged 2.4-liter rated 260 hp @ 5500rpm and 350 N · m @ 2100-5000rpm, 19-inch alloy wheels 35 R19 Pirelli Corsa, Brembo brakes with aluminum calipers with four pistons and brake discs 330 mm. The vehicle was unveiled at the 2006 Detroit Auto Show, with the production model that will be unveiled at Paris in 2006.
Volvo C30 Conceptual Eating (2006)
HEICO HS3 D5 includes a 5-cylinder diesel engine with 205 hp and 400 Nm rated, with a body kit bumper fender flares front and rear spoilers, side skirts, and V. EVOLUTION titanium color 8.5×20 inch wheels, a set of adjustable suspension, 4-tip stainless steel exhaust kit with 4-piston brake system gym, pedals, footrest, the handbrake lever and the pin door, all-aluminum, seats and door panels upholstered in two-tone.
THOR 2 is a variant of HEICO HS3 THOR on C30 T5 concept. Including “XC off-road look” body kit, 30mm raised suspension EVOLUTION X Titan rims 8×18 inch color custom Toyo Tires R888 semi slicks with Heico Sportiv logo, “helmet”, which increases the engine output of 250 hp and 360 N · m. The vehicles were unveiled at the 2006 Motor Show Essen. HEICO HS3 D5 was published in 2007.
Volvo C30 Concept (2007)
ReCharge Concept, a plug-in hybrid electric version of the C30, developed by Volvo Development Center in California. This is the first time at the IAA 2007. It has a FlexFuel 1.6L 4-cylinder engine and an electric motor at each wheel, it has an estimated battery range of 100 miles. The batteries have three hours to fully recharge time. The car has a top speed of 160 km per hour. Volvo is planning a production plug-in hybrid C30 for sale in Europe in 2012.
Volvo C30 Efficiency (2007)
This is a 1.6D 105PS version of Notes under the chassis height, a new roof spoiler, a new rear apron, the underbody panels, optimized cooling of the engine 16-inch wheels aerodynamically optimized low-friction tires revised speed 3 to 5 Gear, gear oils, low friction to maximize the power management, optimizing the engine control. The vehicle was unveiled at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Volvo C30 Red Sox Edition (2008)
There is a limited amount of C30 T5 five-speed automatic transmission with Geartronic for the U.S. market, which recalls 107 wins Boston Red Sox in 2007. It included body color red Boston Red Sox logo on the back glass door, fender badge Boston Red Sox.
Volvo C30 R-Design (2008)
This is a limited edition (400 pieces) C30 T5 for the North American market. He presented a choice of four exterior colors (Black Sapphire, Titanium Grey, Orinoco Blue and Passion Red) Sport Body kit, flex-tech off-black padded cushion upholstered and blue in cream leather folder contrast instrument cluster face console system with subtle circular patterns and inlaid with aluminum steering wheel wrapped aluminum inlays, sport pedals, sport shifter, carpets, wheels 18 “Atreus, Sirius Satellite Radio with a 6-month trial subscription.
Additional options include a 5-speed Geartronic automatic transmission, navigation system with traffic, driver seat adjustment, Climate Package , electrically operated glass sunroof, bi-xenon headlights, alloy wheels Serapis on real-time DVD-quality roofing and Dynaudio basis, the high-end sound system. The vehicle was unveiled at the 2008 New York Auto Show. production version went on sale in April , 2008.
Limited Edition Volvo C30 Polestar (2012-2013)
This is a limited version of the C30 T5 R-Design for the U.S. market. Includes engine performance by increasing airflow into the combustion chamber and spark advance, Alloy wheels 17 inch black mat Styx Polestar badge on the back and on the side of the vehicle, the rebels blue body color, leather seats increased in a variety of two-tone Off-Black or Calcite off Color and black, C30 T5 R-Design Premier Plus Special Features platinum finish body kit, color-coordinated, logo, R-Design grille, dash R-Design dial, unique aluminum inlays, R-Design sports steering wheel and sports pedals, wipers windshield and headlights , air package default option, spring rates increased 30 percent, the monotube design with 20 percent decrease at low speed, the stiffer bushings and a 10 percent management report quickly.
Volvo C30 Production
The body electric Volvo C30 is based on the work of regular chain in Ghent, Belgium, and the screen was the motor, batteries and other electronic devices specially transported to Göteborg for the model installation. Below production car will lease the Volvo C30 Electric for corporate customers, especially businesses, municipalities and authorities Volvo. The first deliveries are scheduled for the third quarter of 2011 throughout Europe, including Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands and Norway.
Volvo plans to build about 250 cars by the end of 2012, and possibly more if market interest takes off. Volvo also plans a total of 100 electric Volvo C30 United States, half of which would be spent on the west coast and spend the other half on the east coast. Volvo aims for users of corporate and government fleets bonds at a price of about U.S. $ 2,100 per month in the United States and in Europe € 1,500 per month to rent on a three-year lease. When the price is much higher than other electric cars on the market in 2011, Volvo claims that prices reflect the true cost of the vehicle limited production. In 2011, there were 6 units in France. A total of 126 units were leased through September 2012 in Sweden in 2011.