The first bus is built on a truck chassis.
The first specialised bus chassis is built.
Volvo's diesel engine is installed for the first time in a bus chassis.
Mid-engine concept for the first time in the product range.
Turbocharged engines introduced.
Volvo Buses introduces B58, the first chassie that was sold in a large number of buses.
Volvo Buses is created as an independent division within the Volvo Group.
The Volvo B59 is presented, the first city bus with a low floor.
Volvo Buses inaugurates the Borås factory and manufactures buses in the new factory in Curitiba, Brazil.
Volvo Buses introduces B10M, the most sold bus in the world for city-buses, inter-city and coaches.
Volvo Buses makes more than 4,000 buses for the first time in one year. Volvo takes over Säffle Karossfabrik AB.
Volvo acquires Leyland Bus In Great Britain.
Volvo Buses introduces rear-engine chassis, the Volvo B12 and Volvo B10B.
Volvo Buses launches the Volvo B10L low-floor chassis. Bus production starts in China. Volvo Buses acquires bodybuilders in Aabenraa, Denmark, and Drögmöller, Germany.