Volvo PV52

From Volvo press: The beginning of 1937 saw the introduction of the PV52, which was better equipped than the PV51. It had double sun visors, two windscreen wipers, an electric clock, a sprung steering wheel, a heater with a defroster function, a loud horn, folding backrests, a reading lamp in the rear seat and armrests in all the doors.

1937 was yet another record year for Volvo. The production figures rose to 1,804 cars; this included the 25,000th vehicle since the start, a PV52.

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