Go to Ultimatecarpage.com

 touring Ultimatecarpage.com  > Cars by brand  > Sweden  > Volvo
Racing cars  > Other Touring Cars
     C30 Super 2000
Car search:
Quick Advanced 
Cars statistics: 6113 cars, 497 makes, 41264 images; Events statistics: 287 reports, 60830 images; Forum statistics: 92,002 members, 44,124 topics; more...


  Volvo C30 Super 2000
 

  Article Image gallery (4) Specifications  
Click here to open the Volvo C30 Super 2000 gallery   
Country of origin:Sweden
Produced in:2008
Source:Company press release
Last updated:October 15, 2007
Download: All images
Page 1 of 1
Click here to download printer friendly versionVolvo Car Corporation has decided to develop a completely new racing car and to continue its work with bioethanol (E85) and Green Racing in the STCC (Swedish Touring Car Championship) for three more years.

"Our decision is based on the positive attention and the good results that the recently concluded STCC season has meant for Volvo's brand," says Derek Crabb, head of Powertrain and Engine at Volvo Cars and the man recently appointed to lead Volvo's Racing department.

"It is now time to take the next step for the coming STCC seasons, and to meet the growing international interest in green racing", says Derek Crabb.

Volvo Cars will do this by developing a new and modern green racing car based on the Volvo C30. The C30 is the model that most clearly demonstrates Volvo's environmental technology on the market, with versions such as the Flexifuel and the upcoming 1.6D Efficiency. The Volvo 1.6D Efficiency has an average fuel consumption of 0.45 litres per 10 km (52 mpg-US/62 mpg-UK) and CO2 emissions under 120 grams per kilometre.

"The decision to leave this year's racing car, a Volvo S60, was fairly simple. The Volvo C30 is a somewhat smaller and more agile car with excellent driving characteristics, even in the standard version," says Derek Crabb.

"Development of the new racing car will be done jointly by Volvo Cars and Polestar Racing, who has successfully handled our participation in STCC for several years. However, it is currently too soon to provide any detailed information about the construction of the new car. The objective, on the other hand, is crystal clear - we will develop a winning car," Derek Crabb concludes.

Page 1 of 1

  Article Image gallery (4) Specifications