12:30 PM | March 10 2017
Designed in Sweden and built in Italy – the Volvo 262C turns 40
12:30 PM | February 27 2017
A Volvo Moment: Johan Teodor Fingal – a key figure in Volvo’s childhood
It is a normal working day for Johan Teodor Fingal – apart from the obvious distraction of a photographer next to him. The setting is ‘Nordkulan’ on Hisingen in Gothenburg, Volvo’s first factory that received its nickname back when it was Nordiska Kullagerfabriken and made bearings (or kullager in Swedish).
9:00 AM | January 16 2017
A Volvo Moment: Volvo’s CEO celebrates a momentous number
It is cold. There is a thick layer of snow on the ground in the port of Gothenburg and a plume of white smoke is rising our of Volvo CEO Gunnar Engellau’s mouth. Whether that is due to his ever-present pipe or the chill is unclear.
1:00 AM | December 15 2016
A Volvo Moment: A normal day at the most unusual of dealers
Marble floors, welcoming windows with lavish curtains, exotic pot plans and a big, elegant black car. The place is Brunkebergstorg 11 in central Stockholm and the year is 1933. Volvo dealer Automobilfirma Ernst Grauers has put on the show the finest Swedish car money can buy.
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