Tuesday, 15 September 2009 1:53 PM
The British International Motorshow may have been cancelled this year but Germany wasn't going to let a little thing like the credit crunch stop its own anuual motorshow.
The International Frankfurt Motorshow, the biggest on the calendar, began yesterday and Volvo has been there in force to launch its new range of cars today.
The company launched a number of revamped models including the new C30 sports coupe, SXC60 R-Design and C30 R-Design. And they also unveiled the new C70.
We recently reviewed the updated S40 DRIVEe diesel powered Volvo with start/stop technology on the site and we've also drive the new C30. That review is coming very soon so watch this space though it's worth mentioning now that the C30 has been seriously updated.