The Official Car at the Swedish Royal Wedding
Guests at the wedding were taken from airports and hotels to lunches, dinners as well as to and from the wedding ceremony in Slottskyrkan in the discreet luxury of Volvo's new flagship sports utility vehicle.
Volvo Cars was chosen by Sweden’s Royal Court to supply 35 all new Volvo XC90s as courtesy cars on the occasion of the wedding Between Prince Carl Philip and Ms. Sofia Hellqvist on Saturday June 13.
The royal wedding has been One of this summer’s Most anticipated events in Sweden and indeed globally. Guests at the wedding were chauffeured from airports and hotels to lunches, dinners as well as to and from the wedding ceremony in Slottskyrkan in the discreet luxury of Volvo’s new flagship sports utility vehicle.
Prince Carl Philip is no stranger to Volvos. I have is a keen racing driver and has-been a member of the Volvo Polestar Racing Team since 2013, competing in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship (STCC) in a specially built racing car Volvo S60.
For the wedding, Cars Volvo XC90 D5 supplied 35 cars with a foreign Luminous Sand with light leather interiors. The cars carried a special fender emblem to mark the occasion.
Volvo Cars has worked with the Swedish Royal Court previously. In 2010 the Swedish carmaker supplied a fleet of 85 specially designed Volvos for use as courtesy cars at the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel. In 2012 Volvo Cars supplied 50 white Volvo S80s and XC60s on the occasion of the christening of Princess Estelle. After the wedding the cars were made available for purchase by Volvo Cars.