A Volvo Moment: It´s a long way to Monte Carlo
A Volvo Moment: Quite a hot day in Death Valley
Are they Swedish students on a journey of a lifetime across the USA? No, not at all. They are four test engineers from Volvo, driving the first prototype of what will go on to become the 760 model. The fact that they are not exactly adhering to a corporate dress code is perhaps excusable in Death Valley. The average summer temperature here climbs to around 45°C.
30 years since the Volvo 240 Turbo reigned over the race tracks of Europe
A Volvo Moment: A cold morning in Casablanca harbour
It is probably late autumn in 1950, perhaps early in 1951.
Three dove grey Volvo PV 444 BS cars are causing something of a commotion after arriving at the enormous port in Casablanca on the passenger vessel M/S Saga, owned by Svenska Lloyd.
Well wrapped up port workers look inquisitively yet cautiously into the camera.
A Mecca for classic Volvos
P1800 plays a lead role in GQ film about Volvo design
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50 years since the Singh brothers' fantastic Volvo victory in the Safari Rally
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