Saturday, July 4, 2020

The 3-point belt remains central in today’s and tomorrow’s safety solutions

Despite the constant development in technology, the automotive world's most important safety mechanism – the safety belt – has remained much the same since...

Volvo Cars airbag celebrates 20 years

The first Volvo car to be equipped with an airbag left the assembly line in 1987 - and during the past 20 years Volvo...

Volvo’s Tradition of Safety

In 1927 Volvo’s founders Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson stated that “Cars are driven by people. Therefore the guiding principle behind everything we make...

New dummy enhances active safety

Volvo Cars is proud to introduce Bob – the company's newest addition to the crash test dummy family who has been specifically developed to...

Volvo’s three-point safety belt turns 50

On Thursday August 13, 1959, the world's first car with standard-fit three-point safety belts - a Volvo PV544 - was delivered to the Volvo...

Volvo Cars introduces new systems for alerting tired and unconcentrating drivers

Driver Alert Control - unique technology that alerts tired and unconcentrating drivers Lane Departure Warning - alerts driver if car crosses one of road markings...

New dummy enhances active safety

Volvo Cars is proud to introduce Bob – the company's newest addition to the crash test dummy family who has been specifically developed to...

Volvo Cars crash-test laboratory 10 years

The ability to replicate road accidents contributes to world-class crash safety Volvo Cars' crash-test laboratory in Torslanda turns 10 this year - and the almost...