It was produced between 1956 and 1967 as a four-door saloon, larger than PV444. It was the first Volvo with pontoon body. It had a very model outlook at that time and was very desired also because of the high safety it provided. It was famous as Amazon in Sweden and 121 and 122S in the other markets. In 1961 the engine was replaced with B18 with 75 and 90 bhp with a new grille and 12-volt electrical system. Only the one with 90bhp had disc brakes on the front wheels. They were offered with 3 and 4-speed manual transmission with an option for overdrive and three-speed automatic transmission. They had hydraulic drums on all the wheels as well. 122S was the name for the version with the most powerful engine.
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