Volvo has come out with an ambitious plan to eliminate any injuries or deaths in their cars by 2020. After that, they want to go further and design cars that don’t get into accidents at all. Though it may sound far fetched, automobile industry experts believe it is possible.

Reuters reports:

Automakers, parts suppliers, governments and global agencies from the United Nations to the OECD are all looking at ways to relegate to memory the roughly 1.2 million deaths and 50 million injuries caused by motor vehicle crashes each year.

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