On April 14, 1927, the first Volvo product—the seductively-named ÖV 4, for "Öppen Vagn 4 cylindrar, or "open carriage four cylinders," which like "quattroporte" undoubtedly sounds sexier in its native language—rolled off a production line in Lundby factory in Göteborg, Sweden.
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