• Oct 1, 2006
Now that we know we'll be able to buy Volvo's entry-level hatch here in the States, the next step, for those of you smitten with its style and performance, is to build it to your liking. To do so, Volvo has launched an oddly creative mini-site that allows you to spec up your own C30, with exterior paint, interior colors and several wheels designs.

It's a pretty slick interface, even if it has a few bugs, but overall the web geeks over at Volvo have done an stellar job celebrating the C30's Paris debut.

Thanks for the tip Tim.

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Man that site is SLOW and not very intuitive. I want INFORMATION not a Disney-tainment experience.
      • 8 Years Ago
      thats a fun site, but it lacks the customization aspect of the awesome site mini has. that one rules.
      problem being, on miniusa.com, you can more than double the cost of a cooper s convertible. ouch.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I really can't wait until this is available here - i'll be first in line! With Volkswagen continually decontenting the GTI every successive model year, it will be nice to have a small hot hatch that's fully featured, unique and sporty, with an awesome sound system and GPS...it would be the perfect car, if only they would have the option of diesels in the US. :(