Volvo says farewell to the C30 - You can own the last one!

Volvo introduced the C30 at the 2006 Paris Motor Show and since then approximately 210,000 units have been sold, with one in seven sold in the UK.

Now as the production comes to the end, Volvo has some interesting plans with the last ever C30. This special model will not be auctioned or placed into a museum. Instead Volvo will give the last ice white R-Design C30 with Polestar upgrade away in an exciting Twitter competition.

The competition starts on Thursday 13th June when the C30 R-Design with Polestar upgrade departs from Gothenburg, Sweden, making its way to the UK and to a specific area over the next two days.

On the final day of the competition, participants will have to unlock the car’s exact location by solving four clues posted on http://www.LastEverC30.co.uk and then get there as fast as they can to complete one final task. Good luck!

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