Mondial 3.2 – The Unloved Ferrari

How and why the Italian supercar manufacturer’s attempt to create a “global” Ferrari remained misunderstood.

Everybody loves Ferrari. The photoshoot of the 1985 Nero or the black Ferrari Mondial 3.2, on the premises of the transport and logistics company Kurbads took longer than expected, partly because of an unusual find. During the inspection of the car, a case was discovered with a mysterious oval brass plaque engraved not only with the name of the car, but also with the heraldic coat of arms and the serial number. What is it?


The only one in its class

The Ferrari in Kurbads care represents one of a total of four generations of Mondial launched between 1980 and 1993, the model’s mission being to replace the successful Ferrari 308/208 GT4. Every Ferrari model is unique in some way, and the Mondial is no exception. It became the last Ferrari to feature a mid-mounted V8 engine while implementing the 2+2 seating formula. Four-seater cars with the engine in the rear are generally rare. The Mondial is the only Ferrari in which engines have been installed both transversely and longitudinally within the same model over time. Moreover, the latter retained the 90-degree gearbox position – a 20-year-old Formula 1 solution at the time, which is why the latest generation Mondial earned the nickname “t” or “transversale”. The Mondial became the first Ferrari to feature not only power steering and brakes, ABS and electronically controlled damper units, but also the first Ferrari in which the steering wheel could finally be adjusted like in a normal car, instead of using a spanner. All generations of the Mondial, except the very first, were also available as convertibles, whose sales matched and in some places even surpassed those of the closed coupé. After all, in 1988, Pope John Paul II himself was driven around the Fiorano circuit in an open Mondial. And yet the Mondial became the “non amato” or unloved Ferrari. Perché?


Growth difficulties

In the true spirit of Vittorio de Sica’s cinematic masterpieces, the Mondial was born at a difficult time for its owners. Ferrari had just received a nasty blow to its confidence and business in the form of stricter emissions and safety requirements in the most important market outside Europe, the USA. The Enzo Ferrari-led firm even had to temporarily suspend exports of its hellish V12 models to the land from which the dollars of wealthy enthusiasts flowed in a generous stream. History has shown that even a supercomputer, after inputting the necessary parameters, can give, if not absurd, then not very successful recommendations for solving the problem – what to ask of the “analogue” Maranello engineers, who had to reckon with the Fiat Group’s ever more insistent desire to control the processes of a shaky horse in a proud principality. The result of this ungrateful task was a car that was too wide, too heavy and too weak, and with ugly “safety” bumpers that seriously damaged the design of Leonardo Fioravanti, the talented Pininfarina stylist and designer of several Ferraris. If any linguist is tempted to replace the “bumpers” with “rear bar” at any cost, the Mondial 8 did have them. At the same time, the cleverly designed, seductive air intakes on the sides and front bonnet harmonised perfectly with the Mondial’s silhouette and the vertical rear glass surrounded by the wide roof pillars.

The car’s 2.9-litre engine produced just 214 hp (from 8 cylinders!), giving a measly 9.5 seconds of acceleration (other sources say as little as ten seconds) at a curb weight of 1400 kg – a disappointment for fans and an embarrassment for the designers. The reputation of the “low calorie” Ferrari was not improved by the fact that the Ferrari 308 GTB, which was both prettier and faster, was still produced alongside the Mondial. And the Porsche 930 Turbo (then 911 Turbo), which had 300 horsepower, was USD 25.000 cheaper on the US market, and those were 1980s dollars.

The Mondial 8 managed to pull through to just over 700 units before being hastily replaced by the Mondial QV or Quattrovalvole. Four valves per cylinder improved the car’s dynamics by two seconds, which was already some progress. After 3 years, 1164 Mondial coupés and 629 convertibles (anno 1983), the Quattrovalvole left the scene to make way for our Mondial 3.2.


The newest will be the first

The Ferrari Mondial 3.2 made its debut in 1985 in Germany at the now defunct Frankfurt Motor Show. The most significant innovation, as in the parallel production Ferrari 328, was a larger 3.2-litre V8 engine with 270 hp. It would be appropriate to point out here that the Mondial also marked the abandonment of the capricious Weber carburettors, the switch to electronic fuel injection, etc. This was often the cause of failures and, consequently, tasty bait for the Mondial’s many critics. The press at the time was hung up on the Mondial, calling the Mondial 8 “the worst Ferrari ever”, which was harsh, or even “the worst car in the world”, which was of course an exaggeration. The scepticism of the experts was justified, but it literally made the good qualities of the car black and white. The cabin, with light-brown Connolly leather, was more comfortable and more spacious than the outdated 308 and Dino. The sound of the engine in any generation Mondial was, and still is, fantastic, and closing the gears with a long, curved lever moving across the iconic open console is an experience that few can match in the world of sports cars. To make the car lighter, the bonnets were made of aluminium and the doors of fibreglass. The Mondial bodies were made in Maranello “just across the street”, at the body company Carrozzeria Scaglietti, today owned by Ferrari and specialising in aluminium bodies Initially, the Mondial was even fitted with the so-called European diameter Michelin TRX tyres with an inner diameter of 390 mm, but soon Ferrari switched to the more widely used inch system. Forty years ago, the eight-cylinder Ferrari had the same front tyre size as the standard family hatchback – 205/55 R16. The rear tyres were slightly larger, 225/55 R16. The Mondial 3.2 was fitted as standard with electric window lifters, a modern instrument panel and air conditioning, which mostly worked, but the coupé was never rid of the fame of the hatchback boy. The supposedly promising 3.2 turned out to be produced in just 987 coupé and 810 convertible units before the reins were handed over to the fourth and final edition of the Mondial t at the turn of the 1980s–1990s. And that’s what makes the Mondial 3.2 today a rare and therefore collector-interested Ferrari, and (for now) affordable. After all, the Mondial was also the cheapest Ferrari in the 1980s.


Many columns, essays and pamphlets have been written about the Mondial’s difficult youth. The common conclusion is that exclusive sports car buyers, and the world in general, were not ready for a gran turismo car from Ferrari in the 1980s. “More touring than speed?” – it can’t be a real Ferrari!! The Mondial, with its child seats in the back, elaborate retractable roof, safety structures and comfort features, was the first tentative attempt to make a supercar for families or, if you like, for the people. Even the model name – a rare departure from Ferrari’s usual three-digit system – symbolised the kingdom of Enzo’s intention to create a “global” Ferrari, as that is how “Mondial” translates from the French.

Although the Mondial lacked power and speed, it was suitable for long and safe cruises at high speeds, which meant that the Ferrari owner would end up on the shores of Lake Como or San Francisco Bay with his friends, rather than in the morning paper. With each successive generation, the Mondial became lighter and more powerful, culminating in the Mondial t. But it was the 1990s, the world was flooded with money, the public was clamouring for faster and more extreme sports cars, and 300 hp was no longer beginner’s power in the supercar league. In addition, Mondial was not exempt from curious defects and purely constructive slackness until the end of its career. This is most vividly illustrated by the comment of a Mondial owner who never got to open the sunroof of his car because “[…] they were not set correctly, so opening them could ruin the paint”. Divine, isn’t it?

All in all, Ferrari’s planned risks over the 13-year period did pay off, with a total of around 6,000 Mondial sold, which is a lot for a small-series sports car firm. Because of the Mondial’s nasty attitude in its youth, current examples have not managed to become as illogically expensive as other Ferraris. By historic car standards, the Mondial is relatively simple to maintain and repair. The Mondial 3.2 with all the major units attached to a single subframe is the frontier. The Mondial t is structurally already less repairable, but in any case one of the last Maranello products that you will be able to service yourself in your own garage. The Mondial 3.2 is a good and relatively cost-predictable way to get a real Ferrari in there, without having to sell the rest of the house at auction in exchange for this lifetime achievement.

The proof of the Mondial’s place in Italian automotive history is the oval plaque on the car in the picture, which certifies the car’s registration with the Automotoclub Storico Italiano, or Italian Historical Automobile Club Our Latvian Antique Automobile Club (LAAK) counterpart in Italy is a grand organisation with 150,000 members in 300 affiliated clubs And the neat plaque that historic cars are allowed to display on the outside (Mondial probably failed for aesthetic reasons) is, among other things, proof of the tax breaks that apply to ASI cars.


Transporting supercars is a responsible task

Supercars are very low, powerful and expensive, so transporting them requires experience and skills, which Kurbads car carrier drivers certainly have. Otherwise, why would a Latvian company be entrusted with transporting not one, not two, but several dozen of the latest and most historic supercars from their destinations to their owners’ home countries? The Gumball 3000, the Monte Carlo Rally, the Jan Kalmar Beyond Adventure events are just a few examples. Kurbads has also been the main transport partner of Gran Turismo Events for several years. In August 2022, members of the Kurbads team travelled to Italy to join the Gran Turismo Verso Maranello 2022 tour closing event. Upon reaching the tour destination, the participants want to relax after the exciting journey of many kilometres, and return by plane. Kurbads takes care of the return of their exotic vehicles home to Scandinavia. The purpose of the trip to Maranello was to get to know the participants better and to better understand the solutions that Kurbads can offer to the rally organisers and participants. The atmosphere of the event, the striking vehicles, as well as the observations and insights of the Kurbads car carrier drivers can be seen in the attached video:


Kurbads and the “Ski Festival” at Vanagkalns 2023

On February 11, all skiing enthusiasts gathered together in Vanagkalns. Everyone who participated had a wonderful time skiing, then afterwards, we had a feast and warmed up with a hot, delicious soup. The best ones received awards!

Every year, Kurbads participates in this ambitious event. It resembles a gathering event in a way that allows us to enjoy our time with our colleagues. Kurbads also prepared some fantastic presents for the skiing competition winners!

The festival ended with a screening of the movie “Nahanni” and with a fun concert by the group “Pienvedēja Piedzīvojumi”.

See you next year!

Kurbads Annual Ball 2022

After a long break, we met again this year at the most anticipated event of the year – Kurbads Annual Ball. Before we set new goals for 2023, it is important for everyone to look back on the achievements of the past year, to rejoice and celebrate them together. All company’s organizations united – Kurbads, Kurbads truck service, Kurbads ice hall, Hockey School Kurbads and Lantes manor – honoring the best employees of 2022!

As a tradition, a theme was chosen for the ball and this year’s theme was based on the iconic Latvian crime comedy “The Foundation of Criminal Excellence” or the 90s theme. Thanks to the decorations, the sophisticated ballroom design was complemented by elements from the 90s. The attendees of the ball, as always, took the theme seriously and dressed accurately according to those times – as the main characters of the film. Even “Pupsiks” came

Kurbads Annual Ball which once was known as the “Drivers Ball” brings together more and more employees every year and creates new memories and traditions. This year, after a two-year break, it was even more special to meet everybody and to spend the end of the year together, without restrictions.

The dance floor was strengthened by the famous Latvian rock band “Pērkons” who kept people moving till the very last song. The evening’s hosts – Sanda Dejus un Artūrs Breidaks were in charge of providing the visitors with entertainment.

At the ball, we honored the best employees of the year and the winners in the various nominations are:
2022 Kurbads best employee Mārtiņš Eglītis

2022 Kurbads best driver Māris Gailītis

2022 Kurbads best young driver Jakovs Kauškals

2022 Kurbads best employee of the warehouse and pre-sale preparation Matīss Mītnieks

2022 Kurbads best employee of Kurbads truck service Helvijs Priede

2022 Kurbads best employee of Kurbads service Pavel Larins

2022 Kurbads best employee of Kurbads Rumbula Sports Center and HS Kurbads Ričards Antons

2022 Kurbads best employee of Kurbads Lantes manor Jānis Lukaševits

See you next year!

Here are the newest Kurbads city transporters!

Here are the newest Kurbads city transporters!

These are specially adapted for the transportation of exclusive cars with low clearance, providing fast and high-quality service, so they cannot be called an ordinary tow trucks. We have at our disposal Mercedes-Benz trucks of the latest model, with which we provide technical support, car evacuation services and car transportation in the territory of Riga city and the nearby areas.

The design author of the city transporters is our artist Alfreds Paulausks, who has been creating art on Kurbads car carriers since the beginning. Over the course of 27 years, the fleet of Kurbads car carriers has grown noticeably, and designs have developed and are transforming into new projects!

This design is different from the usual, this time – the yellow color dominates 🟡 Why is that? Because it is more visible in the flow of traffic, indicates that it is a city transporter and an emergency transporter!

We are ready to help, regardless of whether you need transport in case of a car evacuation, for example – an exclusive sports car, a small city car or any other special car!


Kurbads – The Best Employer in the Transport Industry 2022

Kurbads – The Best Employer in the Transport Industry 2022

In a solemn event on November 15th at the Palace of the President, the best employers of Latvia were evaluated and the annual awards of the Confederation of Employers of Latvia were presented.

LDDK is a representative of employers at the national level, a socio-economic negotiation partner of the Cabinet of Ministers and the Latvian Free Trade Union, as well as the organization represents the interests of employers in the Saeima.

“Employers who are not only an essential part of Latvia’s economy, but also support their employees by providing a modern and safe working environment and conditions, were awarded to the local community and society as a whole,” emphasizes the general director of LDDK, Līga Menģelsone.

The award ceremony was attended in person by our Kurbads representatives- Toms Hartmanis – head of Kurbads logistics department and member of the board and Sintija Bērziņa – head of personnel and quality.

Toms Hartmanis emphasized that: “we are very honored to be on the stage and space with the best in other industries. The past few years have also been challenging for us, but our determination and values ​​have managed to keep us on the right track as we continue to grow. This award is like a good recognition of what we have done, which will motivate us to set an example in the future as well!”

We are very thankful for the appreciation and high rating!

Colonel Briedi – Welcome to our regiment!

When the autumn leaves in the trees were just starting to turn yellow and red, the Kurbads collective initiated the new 112th car carrier on which is portrayed the officer and colonel of the Latvian riflemen – Frīdrihs Briedis. Although the 112th car carrier has been already carrying Colonel Briedis through European highways for quite some time now, we would like to tell you the colonel’s story on November 11 – Lāčplēsis Day. We form our philosophy in such a way that we honor Latvian heroes and mythological legends every day, but there are days when we are more aware of the victory’s price of Latvia’s freedom. Also in the initiation rituals that we perform when we send a new trucker on his first flight, is the time we meet our heroes, our roots and our common values ​​- freedom, respect, purpose and fighting spirit.

🌟 Folklorist Inese Krūmiņa – the leader of car carriers initiations, tells more about the initiation ritual: “Everything new is well forgotten old, because in ancient times no serious event was carried out without initiation. The Kurbads collective has also had its own characteristic rituals for a long time – consecrating new things. Even though they are more oriented towards men and men’s activities, the participation of ladies in them is not missing either. While the men share their power in the bear dance – the ladies, whose intention is to beautify the world and this life, actively participate in the decoration of the branched cross – the fire cross. In the bear dance, the men received energy from each other, which was transferred to the main bear himself and he adding this energy passes it on to the car carrier. May it go smoothlyand may it always be in the right place and time.”

🧷 In his real name Fricis Brēde or Frīdrihs Briedis, born on February 7, 1888 in Lovaža Parish, Polotsk County, Vitebsk Governorate. He also started school in his native – Lovaža. Returning to Daugavpils in 1906, he entered the St. Petersburg Vladimir military school. Because of his outstanding tactical abilities, he was appointed sergeant major in his senior year. He was wounded several times while participating in the battles of the 1st World War. He did not seek loud fame, he did not seek great political moves, but he did his strategically important work perfectly and he taught people to get behind him. Self-sacrifice, steadfast character, heroism in battles and ideological conviction – these are the features that characterized Frīdrihs Briedis. He had a spirit and an unyielding will. The colonel is widely known for his personal leadership of reconnaissance, as well as his strongly disapproving attitude towards the archers leading ideology of the time. His fighting spirit and steadfastness lived on for a long time in our archers and generations of generations.

“It’s worth remembering for everyone nowadays – “Colonel taught not to put your head over the motherland, but to win the battle”. And we cannot know how important it will be to each of us today…” – Inese Krūmiņa.

📌 The Kurbads 112th car carrier has been entrusted to the long-time Kurbads driver – freight forwarder Jānis Kārkliņš.

The author of the design is our inimitable artist, creator of the overall visual concepts and images – Alfreds Paulausks.

In honor of freedom fighters and defenders of the homeland, let’s light candles, remembering and commemorating our heroes on Lāčplēsis Day. ⚔️

#pulkvedisbriedis #kurbadsinitiation #kurbadtransports #carcarrier #lāčplēsis #lāčplēšadiena #heroes #latvia #history #112

Kurbads honored with a “Diamond Award of the Decade” in the category of International cargo carriers

This week the representatives of Kurbads attended the decade award ceremony organized by AAS BALTA (PZU group) and the Ministry of Transport “The safest company fleet”, which was held for the tenth time this year. The competition took place expert discussion “ABC of safe traffic – Car, Business, People 2022”, in which special attention was paid focused on the role of the human factor and automatic safety systems in road safety improvement. The best car fleets of the competition were honored with special Decade Diamond awards within its ten-year history. 


During the discussion, there were presented four categories for the most outstanding companies in the history of the competition and there were also articles of appreciation for outstanding, sustainable and social responsible fleet management. Nominated as one of the three outstanding companies – Kurbads won the Diamond award of the decade in the category of “International car carries”!


“Today, on the tenth anniversary of the “Safest company fleet” competition, I feel really happy and satisfied with what I have accomplished. All the fleets that participated in the competition, especially our long-term participants, have worked excellently and constantly made improvements – some even for 10 years, and we want to believe that all together we have made a significant contribution to improving traffic safety. It is said that there will be things that will change, and I think that ten years of experience will allow us to draw valuable conclusions and, together with the participants, partners and friends of the competition, to do even more so that the overall driving culture in Latvia improves every year,” says the long-time chairman of the jury of the competition – Kristaps Liecinieks, head of BALTA Transport’s product and risk underwriting department.


We are thankful for the nomination and new goals will only follow…


#baltapatiesiba #satiksmesministrija #vehicle #vehicletransport #drosakaisautoparks #drosakaisuznemumaautoparks

Dream convertible with bizarre doors on Kurbads car carrier – Lincoln Continental Convertible.

Dream convertible with bizarre doors on Kurbads car carrier – Lincoln Continental Convertible.


Have you ever wondered where and when originated the warning messages on the dashboards of modern cars? For example “door ajar” or “door open” is often found in American vehicles. According to one of the versions such a signal lamp was installed for the first time in the Lincoln Cotinental because in the 20th century, in the early 1960s the popular rear suicide doors before the Second World War returned to the fourth generation. In the course of their unauthorized opening there would be a danger of more than a purse falling on the street, so the cars were equipped with a warning that was later also widely used in other brands of cars.


The history of the Lincoln Continental is also largely known as the history of Ford Motor Company’s luxury cars. Since 1940 “Lincolns” have experienced ten generations of models and the journey of life which was interrupted several times and lasted a total of 55 years, ended only two years ago in 2020. As an innovative and prestigious model the Lincoln Continental became not only the first, but also the last car in the US automobile industry with rare design features. The Lincoln model we reviewed is said to be the last four-door convertible.


The fourth generation Lincoln Continental (1961 – 1969) was created under not very favorable conditions. The luxurious and expensive models of the 1950s had caused Ford colossal losses. Therefore, it was decided to eliminate the overly branched model range which had a lush growth of technically similar, but unprofitable models of various Mark series. At the same time, the privilege of Continental as a separate brand from Lincoln was abolished. The 1950s when the Continental Mark II was the most expensive production car in the US, costing the same as a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, were gone. The Mark sub-brand was destined to return in the 1970s with the cult model Mark III, but no one thought about it during the major redesign of the Continental.


In place of the old post – war design, smaller, more angular, however more contemporary designs came. The reason for the sharper stance of the Continental was that one of the models of the new Ford Thunderbird design was chosen as the leitmotif of the new design. As a four-seat convertible, it was considered the first post-war American open-top sedan and gained particular attention after US President Lyndon Johnson was spotted driving to church in one. Presumably, he wasn’t late, as the only engine available was a 7-liter V8 which was later enlarged to 7.6 liters, making it the largest engine ever installed in a Ford Motor Company passenger car. Power increased accordingly from 320 to 340 horsepower.


With a standard price of $6,449 the Lincoln Continental convertible was one of the most expensive cars of the time in the US and some extras, like air conditioning, still had to be paid for. And returning to US presidents, the car in which John Fitzgerald Kennedy drove on the fateful morning of November 22, 1963, in Dallas was also a converted Lincoln Continental convertible. Amazingly, the infamous car which was extended, equipped with a telephone and a specially raised rear seat, but not at all armed, remained in the service of the office of the President of the United States until 1977. The sleek convertible with the “reverse” doors is also featured in the HBO series Entourage.


The fourth-generation Lincoln Continental was an avant-garde model not only because of its design and reverse rear doors. Although it was possible to open the rear doors even when the front ones were closed (provided by a half-cut B-pillar), the glass had to be lowered for this purpose. Relying on the customer’s skill and understanding, Ford engineers built a system that automatically lowered the glass as soon as the outer or inner door handle was pressed. Nowadays, frameless door glass, which automatically lowers and rises again by a few centimeters when the door is opened is a matter of course whereas in the sixties it was a technical hit. An equally unusual invention was the height-adjustable steering column because at that time the height of the steering wheel was mostly only changed “by angle”, that is with a pivot behind the steering wheel. All Continental convertibles were equipped as standard with an electric sunroof. If this seems like an obvious feature of an American luxury car, then electric windows and electric front head restraints – not always. The mechanism for lowering and raising the roof is equally impressive. It is adapted from the Ford Skyliner hard folding roof and occupies the entire trunk. The lid folds to the rear during the lowering process and is accompanied by a special folding extension that covers the rear of the car when the roof is down. This operation is so complicated that several videos on the YouTube channel are dedicated to it.

In the 1964-1965 model year the car saw its first major facelift, followed by another a year or two later. But the heyday of the Continental convertible was over. Having become the first four-door convertible since the Second World War in 1967 the impressive Lincoln lost public interest. Continental customers were keenly interested in the two-door Lincoln “hardtop” that debuted in 1966, which was also lighter and faster than the convertible. Four frameless doors and a retractable roof required such serious body strengthening that the Lincoln Continental ended up weighing nearly 2.6 tons with extras, making it among the heaviest Ford Motor Company passenger cars ever. The complex and therefore expensive production process of the convertible and the ever-increasing safety standards made it unprofitable to keep the extravagant vehicle in the Lincoln lineup. However, it has a good reputation in classic car circles because, despite being brutally gluttonous and large it is so enjoyable to drive that many owners even drive a Lincoln Continental to the office on a daily basis. Spare parts are also not a problem, and a lot of information about this car can be found on the Lincoln and Continental owner’s website

Logistics exhibition IAA TRANSPORTATION in Hannover, Germany.

KURBADS On September 20th – 25th the world’s most important freight, passenger transport and logistics exhibition IAA TRANSPORTATION took place in Hannover, Germany.


This is the largest commercial transport innovation platform, where all major truck manufacturers were widely represented. The exhibition offered to view various types of transport, from trucks to cargo bikes, from delivery vans to package drones, but this year dominated the innovations related to powertrain electrification and climate neutrality.


4 representatives of our company went to the exhibition – service manager Ivars Čiblis, car locksmith Guntars Abazorins, truck service manager Rihards Mesijs and truck service foreman Aleksejs Porietis.


“First of all, the truck pavilion of Kaessbohrer was visited. Its representative Krzystof Kucharewicz presented the latest technical solutions offered by this Austrian truck factory. We were particularly interested in the new trailer model “Intago Max”, whose production is scheduled to start in 2023. All the innovations are aimed at increasing the carrying capacity and adapting to the increasingly large dimensions of passenger cars, especially for the transportation of electric cars.” says I. Čiblis.


Kurbads follows with interest the news related to more environmentally friendly commercial vehicles, because it is an industry that connects us as well. The exhibition focused more on hydrogen and electric trucks, which correspond to our road transport segment.


We have also gone to the IAA Transportation exhibitions in Hannover before, but this year the novelty was test drives, where visitors could try the new products in person. Some of the truckks could be driven through the streets of Hanover and I. Čiblis took this opportunity, by testing the new MB e-Actros goods delivery electric vehicle. There was also a great opportunity to get acquainted with practical solutions for charging commercial transport electric cars.


IAA Transportation 2022 welcomed more than 1,400 exhibitors from 42 different countries. Exhibition takes place every four years, so already for the 68th time, it’s expected in September 2026 in Hannover!


Moller Baltic Import SE has been the main partner of KURBADS for more than ten years. Thanks to this cooperation, we have set the highest quality standards for ourselves and the car transport and logistics industry in the Baltic States. Together with Moller Mobility Group, we have reached several new milestones in the company’s development, and we are proud to announce that we will continue our cooperation with Moller Mobility Group for another five years. We are grateful for the opportunity and hope to achieve new goals together!

For the next five years, the car transport and logistics company Kurbads will be responsible for the direct deliveries of Volkswagen and Audi cars from the factories to car dealerships in the Baltic countries.