Volvo says farewell to the C30, will give the last model away

by SpeedLux

Volvo has decided to give bid farewell to Volvo C30 and so the company has decided to give it a different type of send off.

The company has kept a contest in which one lucky winner will get the last C30 built which will be an Ice White R-design model with the Polestar upgrade package. In order to win this contest, British fans will have to find the car’s location by solving four clues posted on the website. Once the location is discovered, contestants will have to race to the car and complete one final task to win the last C30.

Just to give a flashback, the C30 was previewed by the Volvo Safety Concept that debuted at the 2001 North American International Auto Show and the Production model was eventually unveiled at the 2006 Paris Motor Show where it received rave reviews for its attractive and sporty styling. Though the car was not a big success but the company still managed to sell around 210,000 units of C30.

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