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The Volvo Museum in Gothenburg has gathered an extensive exhibition showing the development of Sweden's largest car manufacturer. You can see there, among others the first model from 1927 - the ÖV 4. The original desks of the company's founders, Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson, are also located here.
The prototypes will be interesting for car enthusiasts: Volvo Philip with V8 engine (1950s) and Volvo VCC. The museum is located in Arendal on the island of Hisingen. After visiting the exhibition, tourists often go for a walk along the seashore.
The museum was opened in 1995. Since then, it has managed to gather around 100 objects, including passenger cars, trucks, buses, tractors, boat and ship engines - in short, everything that has been produced under the Volvo brand since its inception until today.