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Jul 22, 2014 | ID: 148245
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Collision Avoidance by City Safety

First, the driver first gets an audible warning together with a flashing light in the windscreen's head-up display. The brakes are prepared in order to reduce the braking system’s response time. If the driver doesn’t respond to the warning and a collision is imminent, the full braking power is applied automatically. The video illustrates the basic principles of Volvo’s auto braking system.
Safety, Technology, Sustainability, All New XC90, 2015

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