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Volvo Truck FM : Jean-Claude Van Damme and a viral youtube

The Volvo FM is a heavy truck range produced by Swedish Volvo Truck Corporation. Introduced in 1998 as FM7. FM stands for Flat Medium height cab. In 2013, Volvo Trucks announced an updated, Euro VI version of the Volvo FM.

 

 

Volvo Trucks ceased to be a separate company and was instead incorporated into Volvo Group Trucks, with Volvo’s other truck brands, Renault Trucks, Mack Trucks and UD Trucks (Nissan Diesel Trucks).

In November 2013, Volvo released a viral advertisement on YouTube to promote the FM’s dynamic steering system. In the video, Jean-Claude Van Damme performs his splits while standing on the side mirrors of two FMs running in reverse.

 

 

 

 

 The Volvo FM is a heavy truck range produced by Swedish Volvo Truck Corporation. Introduced in 1998 as FM7. FM stands for Flat Medium height cab. In 2013, Volvo Trucks announced an updated, Euro VI version of the Volvo FM.

 

Volvo Trucks ceased to be a separate company and was instead incorporated into Volvo Group Trucks, with Volvo’s other truck brands, Renault Trucks, Mack Trucks and UD Trucks (Nissan Diesel Trucks).

In November 2013, Volvo released a viral advertisement on YouTube to promote the FM’s dynamic steering system. In the video, Jean-Claude Van Damme performs his splits while standing on the side mirrors of two FMs running in reverse.

 

 

 The Volvo FM is a heavy truck range produced by Swedish Volvo Truck Corporation. Introduced in 1998 as FM7. FM stands for Flat Medium height cab. In 2013, Volvo Trucks announced an updated, Euro VI version of the Volvo FM.

 

Volvo Trucks ceased to be a separate company and was instead incorporated into Volvo Group Trucks, with Volvo’s other truck brands, Renault Trucks, Mack Trucks and UD Trucks (Nissan Diesel Trucks).

In November 2013, Volvo released a viral advertisement on YouTube to promote the FM’s dynamic steering system. In the video, Jean-Claude Van Damme performs his splits while standing on the side mirrors of two FMs running in reverse.