Anatomy and Evolution of the Motorcade

The origin of the motorcade.

Autocades, sometimes called presidential motorcades or, directly, motorcades, are a protocol and security phenomenon with a long historical background. In absolute terms, they have existed since the beginning of civilization as such. This is due to the fact that landing movement of leaders or other authorities between two specific points was necessary.

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Evolution of GITT travels: from Alfonso XIII to Felipe VI

In April 1916, the then King and Queen of Spain, Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg, paid a visit to the town of Ecija (Seville, Spain). During the visit, which lasted approximately one hour, the King and Queen made a tour through the streets of the town, being received by local authorities and citizens. They arrived and left Ecija in automobiles.

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