| 9th November 2011
Volvo has announced it will be releasing a new Inscription special edition of the C70 convertible.
The original C70 was launched in 2006 and refreshed in 2009. It was officially the world's first four-seater convertible that came with a foldable hard top as standard when it first rolled off the production line.
Now a new edition will offer some styling features both inside and out to refresh the convertible for 2012.
The new Volvo C70 Inscription edition offers two different engines which are both five-cylinder 2.0-litre diesel engines with powers of 150hp and 177hp.
The new Inscription edition will have distinctive exterior features such as a painted grille, black 18" wheels and a unique LED lights that are surround by chrome.
Distinctive interior features include sovereign hide upholstery, leather-covered dashboard, special Inscription carpets and aluminium inlays on the steering wheel, shift knob and sport pedals.
Doug Speck, senior vice president marketing, sales and customer service at Volvo Car Corporation said: "The Inscription is based on our human-centric designed around you philosophy, offering those customers who love convertibles and coupes a beautifully detailed version with a lot of kerb appeal."
The C70 will be available in three different colours: Black Stone, Black Sapphire and Ice White. The Black Sapphire comes in a Metallic paint where as the other two colours are Solid colours.
New 2012 Volvo C70 Inscription factfile
What is the Volvo C70 Inscription?
Essentially another trim level for the four-seat, hard-top convertible. Volvo has added some new interior styling and materials, alloy wheels and some a lick of paint to some exterior features for the new special edition.
What are the Volvo C70 Inscription prices?
The Volvo C70 Inscription is available from £33,855 on the road.
When can the Volvo C70 Inscription be ordered?
It can be ordered from mid-November with first deliveries in February 2012.