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, including the introduction of three-point seatbelts as standard equipment in the late 50s, and the development of the Side Impact Protection System in the early 90s.
Volvo's all-new V40 five-door hatch has broken free of its top-secret status at last, with the Swedish carmaker releasing official details and images of the new car today. On the technical side, there is little to know that TMR hasn... Read Post
An external airbag designed to protect pedestrians is just one of the new safety features that promises to make the all-new Volvo V40 the safest hatchback in history. Due in Australia either late in 2012 or early in 2013, Volvo’s … ... Read Post