The Volvo C30 is a compact car produced by the Swedish manufacturer Volvo Cars between 2006 and 2013, available only as a three-door hatchback (or shooting-brake). It is powered by inline-four and straight-five engines. The car is largely a hatchback version of the contemporary Volvo S40/V50/C70 range, and uses the same Ford C1 (or Volvo P1) platform. It is being marketed as a premium hatchback or a sports coupe specially designed for first-time Volvo buyers and the youth market. Production is expected to be 65,000 units a year, 75% for sale in the European market.