Volvo Cars has officially kicked off Drive Me, an advanced public autonomous driving experiment. The Swedish premium carmaker has produced the very first autonomous car that will be used in the Drive Me project in Gothenburg.
Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, is to begin the UK's most ambitious autonomous driving trial next year to speed up the introduction of a technology that promises to massively reduce car accidents as well as free up congested roads and save drivers valuable time.
Volvo Cars is the first car maker to integrate the hugely popular Spotify music streaming service globally in its new cars, starting with the new Volvo XC90, S90 and V90 this spring, it was announced at the 2016 Mobile World Conference in Barcelona.
For decades, drivers have been accustomed to accessing and driving cars with physical keys. But no longer. In a ground-breaking move for the automotive industry, Volvo Cars plans to become the world first car manufacturer to offer cars without keys from 2017.
The new Volvo S60, V60 and XC60 – experience their maiden public display at the Geneva Motor Show. They can be equipped with a unique innovation that ensures driving in the dark quite safer and hassle-free. The advanced Active High Beam Control enables to use high beam uninterruptedly mainly due to the use of an ingenious mechanism that acts as a buffer against dazzling of oncoming drivers.