Volvo Cars, the Swedish automotive company, has been at the forefront of safety and innovation for years. The company recently announced that it has passed the one million mark for Over-The-Air (OTA) updates on its cars. It also revealed that its XC90 Recharge earned the highest rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. This article will delve into these two recent milestones for Volvo Cars and how this reflects their commitment to advancing safety and innovation in the automotive industry. We’ll also explore some of the features that have enabled Volvo to reach these successes. Read on to learn more about what these developments mean for Volvo Cars and the future of automotive technology.
Volvo OTA Updates
Volvo OTA updates have now passed the one million mark, with Volvo XC Recharge leading the way. The automaker’s latest SUV has earned the highest rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) for its safety performance.
With OTA updates, Volvo is able to push out new features and functions to its vehicles without customers having to bring them in for service. The process is simple and convenient, and it ensures that all Volvo vehicles are always up-to-date with the latest technology.
The Volvo XC Recharge is the automaker’s first all-electric SUV, and it’s clear that safety was a top priority in its design. In addition to earning the IIHS’ highest rating, the XC Recharge also received a 5-star rating from Euro NCAP.
With its combination of OTA updates and outstanding safety ratings, the Volvo XC Recharge is setting a new standard for what customers can expect from an electric SUV.
Volvo’s XC90 Recharge is the company’s first all-electric SUV, and it’s been earning high marks for safety and performance. The XC90 Recharge recently earned the highest possible safety rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), and it’s also been updated with over-the-air (OTA) software updates that have now reached one million vehicles.
The XC90 Recharge is powered by two electric motors that deliver a combined 400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque. It has a range of up to 250 miles on a single charge, and it can be recharged in as little as 40 minutes using a fast charger.
The XC90 Recharge comes standard with Volvo’s Pilot Assist system, which provides semi-autonomous driving assistance. It also features an advanced airbag system, lane keeping assist, and other active safety features.
In addition to its high safety rating, the XC90 Recharge has also been earning rave reviews for its ride quality, handling, and overall performance. It’s clear that Volvo has hit a home run with its first electric SUV!
IIHS Safety Rating
Volvo’s Over-The-Air (OTA) updates have now reached the one million mark, and the company’s XC Recharge has earned the highest IIHS safety rating.
Volvo’s XC Recharge is the first car to earn the top score of six points in all seven crashworthiness evaluations conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The vehicle also received a superior rating for front crash prevention when equipped with optional autobrake.
“Earning IIHS’ top safety award reflects our commitment to protecting people inside and outside our cars,” said Volvo Cars North America President and CEO Anders Gustafsson. “Safety is at the core of everything we do at Volvo Cars and this recognition is further proof that we are delivering on our promise.”
In addition to its stellar performance in crash tests, the XC Recharge features a number of other safety technologies, including:
-Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
-Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keeping Assist
-Oncoming Lane Mitigation