One step on the way is the 2020 goal is that nobody should be seriously injured in a new Volvo car.
“We are taking clear steps in the right direction. We have a number of research projects with the aim to develop technologies for future Volvo models,” says Jan Ivarsson, Senior Manager Safety Strategy & Requirements at Volvo Car Corporation.
The following research projects are currently under way in Volvo:
Autonomous Driving Support
Autonomous driving in traffic queues
Autonomous Driving Support helps the driver stay in his or her lane and follow the rhythm of the traffic if queues build up.
Check out the videos below to see three of the new safety features in action.
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