Volvo launches an open-to-all library of motoring safety
The Swedish manufacturer has opened a central digital library sharing information on all its safety innovations from the last 60 years
AutoExpress has reported that Volvo have now launched an open to all library, sharing all of it’s safety breakthroughs of the last 60 years.
This coincides with the 60th anniversary of one of the biggest break-throughs in road safety, the three-point seat belt. The manufacturers took the decision at the time to release the design publicly in a bid to improve road safety.
A range of crash-safety technology, including whiplash-preventing head restraints and shock absorbing seat pads are all available.
Volvos latest venture is testing different crash safety technology for men and women.
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