Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show, the all-new Volvo V40 possesses some high-tech features, including the world's first pedestrian airbag system. The five-door, five-seater sibling to the Volvo C30 features (as standard) front bumper sensors that register the physical contact between the car and a pedestrian. When impact occurs, a section of the bonnet (closest to the windscreen) is released and elevated by the deployment of the airbag.
Volvo has released details and a new videp clip for its clever external airbag system, set to feature in the carmaker's new Golf-fighting V40 hatch. The new tech is the latest in a long list of safety innovations for Volvo, includin... Read Post
The all-new Volvo V40 hatch has arrived in Australia with the world’s first pedestrian airbag. Sensors located in the front bumper register contact between the car and a person (including a child) before a pyrotechnic charge blows... Read Post