Volvo Photo Locations Part 131
Historic Volvo Photography Locations Overview

1970 - Volvo 164 at Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg

1970 – Volvo 164 at Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg

1978 - Volvo 245 Van

1978 – Volvo 245 Van

1979 – Volvo 245 Polis

1979 – Volvo 245 Polis

2016 – Volvo XC90 Drive Me test vehicle

2013 - Lundbyleden on Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg (google Streetview)

2013 – Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg (Google Streetview)

2014 - Volvo V60

2014 – Volvo V60

2014 - Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg (Google Streetview)

2014 – Älvsborgsbron in Göteborg (Google Streetview)

2013 - Älvsborgsbridge

2013 – Älvsborgsbridge

The Älvsborg Bridge is a suspension bridge over Göta älv in Gothenburg, Sweden, which connects the north and the south part of the city. It was built in 1966 and designed by Sven Olof Asplund. The total length of the bridge is 933 metres and distance between the towers (“main span”) is 417 metres, while the clearance below the bridge is 45 metres. The pylons are 107 metres tall making the bridge one of Gothenburg’s most prominent landmarks.

The bridge was painted green for the 1995 World Championships in Athletics which Gothenburg hosted. Work started in 1993 and used about 36,000 litres of paint.

The bridge was the finish line for the 2005–06 Volvo Ocean Race.

Lundbyleden Göteborg map2

Lundbyleden Göteborg map

More information at sv.wikipedia.org and en.structurae.de.

Historic Volvo Photography Locations Overview