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car Manufacturer with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. Founded in 1927 by the engineer Gustav Larson and the economist Assar Gabrielsson. Today the company belongs to the chinese company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group. The main activity of the company is focused on owning, maintaining and protecting the trademark Volvo on behalf of their owners.

This brand has been characterized by attention to the safety of their cars. Within this field, the most important contribution has been the invention of the safety belt of three points of anchorage, introduced in 1959. The company earned the Guinness record for the most miles driven by a single owner of a vehicle non-commercial. The average age of a Volvo being discarded is approximately 19 years.

The brand Volvo was registered for the first time by may 11, 1915. Was used at its inception to name a few pre-series bearings but they were never released to the market, and it was not until 1927 that the trademark was used again, now as a trademark for a car and a company name.

The first model manufactured was the Volvo OV 4, in 1927.

The 28 of January of 1999, the Ford Group Company announces the acquisition of Volvo Cars, as a result of this transaction today, the brand is formed by two different companies, the Volvo Group, which belongs to interests swedes and Volvo Car Corporation, in principle in the hands of Ford and currently of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.

In January 2013, the model Volvo V40, has been awarded the Car of the Year Award.