The award winning Volvo XC90, launched as a new model in 2015 will offer the most comprehensive and technologically sophisticated standard safety package available in the automotive industry. The new technologies will take the company a significant step closer to its vision that no one will be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car by 2020.
It’s hard to find fault in this safe, spacious, and useful seven-seater SUV. Every part is new, including the redesigned Volvo badge. The all-new platform, engines, and dash interface are unique to Volvo. The standard safety package on the all-wheel drive, seven seat premium SUV includes two world-first safety technologies: a run-off road protection package and auto brake at intersection capability. These innovations will form part of a suite of safety features that will make the all-new XC90 one of the safest cars ever made.
A comfortable ride, the turbo-and-supercharged petrol has good performance and the safety aids help make driving more relaxing. The car is equipped for family travel with its three row seat design: the first two rows have five seats that all recline and slide. The Scandinavian-modern design is visually appealing and comes equipped with a modern infotainment system so you can use technology to your heart’s content.
Pilot Assist Second Generation:
The upgrade means that steering assistance is available from stationary and up to 130 km/h instead of 50 km/h, which is the limit in generation 1. Pilot Assist not only assists the driver in maintaining a certain distance from, and speed in relation to, the vehicle ahead but also, via steering assistance, helps keep the car in the middle of the lane.
City Safety auto braking functions
City Safety will become the umbrella name for all of Volvo Cars’ auto brake functions – which are standard equipment in the all-new XC90.
The purpose of the new collision avoidance system is to assist the driver in case there is a high risk of collision with another vehicle, pedestrian or cyclist through an intuitive warning strategy and a brake support system. If a collision is almost unavoidable, the system will provide autonomous braking when the driver fails to respond to the imminent threat.
Queue Assist enables safe and comfortable driving by following the vehicle in front in slow-moving queues. Acceleration, braking and steering are controlled automatically.
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