April 4, 2024

Hedin Mobility Group Named Official Distributor of Corvette in Sweden, Norway, and Finland


Mölndal, Sweden - Hedin Mobility Group is thrilled to announce its appointment as the official distributor of Corvette, the iconic American sports car brand, in Sweden, Norway, and Finland.

This exciting partnership marks a significant milestone in Hedin Mobility Group's mission to bring prestigious and high-performance vehicles to the Nordic markets.

As the official distributor, Hedin Mobility Group will oversee the sales, service, and customer experience for Corvette in these countries, ensuring that customers receive the exceptional quality and performance that Corvette is renowned for worldwide. This collaboration aligns with Hedin Mobility Group's commitment to offering an unparalleled selection of premium vehicles to its discerning clientele.

"We are incredibly proud to represent Corvette, a brand synonymous with American automotive excellence, in Sweden, Norway, and Finland," said Anders Hedin, CEO of Hedin Mobility Group. "Corvette's legacy of performance, innovation, and design fits perfectly with our vision of providing our customers with the ultimate driving experience. We are eager to introduce the latest models to our markets and to welcome new and existing Corvette enthusiasts to our showrooms."

The sales will kick off in quarter two this year with the introduction of the latest Corvette models, including the highly anticipated next-generation sports cars, which combine traditional Corvette performance with cutting-edge technology and design. Hedin Mobility Group's extensive network of dealerships and service centers across Scandinavia will ensure that Corvette owners receive the highest level of support and care.

Corvette enthusiasts in Sweden, Norway, and Finland can look forward to experiencing the thrill of driving these legendary sports cars, backed by Hedin Mobility Group's exceptional customer service and expertise in the luxury sportscar automotive sector.

Official sales locations will be in Stockholm (Akalla), Gothenburg (Åbro) and Malmö (Jägersro), while Norway and Finland will be announced at a later date.

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