Behind Volvo’s Vision for Deathproof Cars By 2020

Behind Volvo’s Vision for Deathproof Cars By 2020

Deformable seats and pedestrian airbags promise death-proof commutes

Cayla Mihalovich
  • 27 january 2016

My parents bought me a used ‘98 Volvo station wagon when I was sixteen years old. In the six years since then, my Volvo has rallied for a mighty 250,000 miles—taking me up and down the state of California, enduring the snowy winter roads of Yosemite, through the Salton Sea, winding alongside Big Sur’s inlets of white sand and palm trees.

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