The Volvo C70 is a convertible manufactured by Volvo Cars in two generations: the first from model years 1997-2002 as coupé and from 1999 to 2006 as a softtop convertible. The second generation C70 was produced from 2006 to 2013, and marketed as a luxury retractable hardtop convertible.
There was no 2005 model C70 in North America, the 2004 left over models were sold into 2005 there. 72,000 first generation C70s were produced in the seven years up to 2006, fewer than 50,000 were convertibles.
Production of C70 began in Volvo's joint-venture plant with Pininfarina Sverige in Uddevalla, Sweden began in 2005. On October 4, 2011 it was announced production would cease in 2013, following the termination of the joint venture. The last C70 rolled out of the Uddevalla assembly plant on June 25, 2013.