We do things differently
The Volvo Cars Brand Experience
Volvo Cars has a long and rich history of designing and engineering its cars around people. Our approach sets us apart in the auto industry. Join us and discover more about where we began, where we are today, and how we will lead the way to a new era of sustainable mobility, connected services and self-driving cars.
A taste of what we offer
Conferences at the Volvo Hall
Welcome to the Volvo Hall, where we can offer you the ideal conference space located right in the heart of Volvo.
The Volvo Hall is well suited to a wide variety of events and offers the latest AV production technology, wireless network connections, conference call equipment and video conference technology. Room sizes vary from 5 people to 250 in our auditorium.
Booking and information
If you wish to book a conference in the Volvo hall, please send us an email.
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Volvo Cars Visitor Centre
Start your visit here. The Volvo Cars International Café & Brand Shop offer a range of snacks, meals and Volvo-themed merchandise. A perfect pit-stop for buying some presents or just grabbing a coffee.
Shop opening hours: Mon-Fri 9 am to 4.30 pm
Café opening hours: Mon-Fri 8 am to 3.30 pm
This could be you
Discover how others have enjoyed the Volvo Experience, and share your own story on social media using the hashtag #ExperienceVolvoCars
Exploring the smart cities of the future
Today, smart cities, where information and communication technology integrate with everyday life to make it safer, simpler and more convenient are set to transform big city driving. Where does your Volvo fit into this brave new world?
A day in the life, 2047
The date is 2047. Self-driving cars have revolutionised our lives. Join us on a trip into the future and see how autonomous driving could make life better.
Our window to the world
Throughout history, the human eye has meant different things to different cultures. In ancient Egypt it was worshipped as a powerful symbol of good health and protection, during the Renaissance it represented vision and clarity, whereas the eye that graces today’s American dollar bill is designed to depict guidance and reassurance. But what about for those of us who worship at the altar of the automobile? What do our eyes mean to our enjoyment of our cars and can they really hold the key to a better life on the road?