Introduced in 1929, the PV650-series was the very first Volvo powered by a six-cylinder engine.
The German forces’ repeated visits represent one of the reasons why the Type 2CV A was completely (and secretly) redesigned during the war.
This holiday-themed Vauxhall 14J is ending its days as yard art in southeastern Australia.
Porsche manufactured the first pre-production models of what would later become the Volkswagen Beetle in 1938.
The Tatra 87 was the first series-produced car whose silhouette was fine-tuned in a wind tunnel.
The 260D was introduced in at the 1936 Berlin Auto Show with a 44-horsepower four-cylinder engine.
Volvo built the Venus Bilo to test the public’s reaction to a more modern design language.
The experimental 935 Dynamic was one of the first cars in the Škoda museum.
The Type C had a bad tendency to oversteer but it was a force to be reckoned with nonetheless.
Volvo is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the PV60 and the PV444. Both cars were presented during a ten-day long exhibition that was held in Stockholm, Sweden, starting on September 1st, 1944. Volvo was merely 18-years old in 1944. The event was organized to showcase what the company had built since its inception, what it …