Volvo has been working on self driving technology for some time, some of their vehicles already feature some of the technology built in and the company will show off their new Volvo XC60 at this months Geneva Motor Show.
The new Volvo XC60 comes with automated driving technology that is designed to help you avoid accidents.
The new safety features are designed to provide the driver with automatic steering assistance or support – when required – to help avoid potential collisions. Volvo believes that these new features will make the new XC60 one of the safest cars on the road.
“We have been working with collision avoidance systems for many years and we can see how effective they are. In Sweden alone we have seen a decline of around 45 per cent* in rear-end frontal crashes thanks to our collision warning with autobrake system. With the XC60 we are determined to take the next step in reducing avoidable collisions with the addition of steering support and assistance systems,” said Malin Ekholm, Senior Director, Volvo Cars’ Safety Centre.
We will have more details abut the new Volvo XC60 and the company’s self driving technology at the Geneva International Motor Show.
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