Volvo P 1800 was a two-door coupe manufactured by Volvo in the 1960s/1970s.
There were three variants: S, E and ES; the ES denotes the wagon version. The engine was initially 1780 ccm, then increased to 1986 ccm.
The first roughly 6000 cars were built by the British manufacturer Jensen, from 1961 to 1963. Volvo then ended the contract with Jensen and moved production to Sweden, marking the cars produced in Sweden with the letter S.