Volvo future cars which negate accidents to be launched by 2020
Volvo, the car brand which is considered to manufacture the safest cars in the world, has yet again outdone itself as it has developed the world first ‘no death’ car which is outfitted fit innovative technologies and sensors to help detect collisions and avoid crashes. This model is still being tested and its expected to be on the road in the next 8 years, by 2020, which is also the year, when they aim to become the third largest luxury car maker in the Indian auto industry.
This new future Volvo model boasts of high tech sensors which will not allow the car to be driven into objects thereby reducing amount of collisions. These sensors will allow the car to monitor not only cars but also pedestrians. They are graduated to enable them work at high speeds to so as to ensure the car is a safe distance from others.
Apart from this, Volvo has developed an innovative system which will allow drivers to read, text, and snooze while on the move all within legal regulations. Through this technology, road trains will be formed by cars whose rivers want to indulge in the above mentioned activities. These cars will be connected via Bluetooth and controlled by a professional driver at the head of the train system.
The cars are fitted with a computer system which helps to control the car without any inputs from the driver. A combination of lasers, sensors helps to keep the cars in a straight line and at a safe distance from each other. These car trains are ideal on highways and economical too as during the period cars expend only 20% of their fuel.