The C70’s dashboard is covered in tiny buttons that are hard to hit, and because they all look alike, it’s impossible to pick out the right one at a glance. The infotainment system is a nightmare to use, too, because you scroll through confusing menus on a tiny screen. That said, the seats are comfortable and have plenty of adjustment, and rear visibility is pretty good.
Volvo C70 Coupe space & practicality
Folding metal roofs eat up more boot space than fabric hoods; as a coupe, the C70 has a bigger boot than its rivals from Audi and BMW, but once you lower the roof, its boot space is less than its rivals'. The C70 does a half decent job at seating four people, but the back seats should still be reserved for you more diminutive pals.
Volvo C70 Coupe equipment
The entry-level SE car comes with climate control, alloy wheels, electric windows, rain-sensing wipers, cruise control, Bluetooth and steering wheel-mounted stereo controls. SE Lux adds leather upholstery, a powered driver’s seat and xenon headlamps, while the range-topping Solstice version has metallic paint, sat-nav, heated seats and keyless entry.