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Mar 06, 2012 | ID: 42384

The all-new Volvo V40 – Pedestrian Detection with full auto brake (0:28)

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Pedestrian Detection with full auto brake is a technology that can detect if a pedestrian steps out into the road in front of the car. In an emergency situation the driver first receives an audible warning combined with a flashing light in the windscreen’s head-up display. If the driver fails to react to the warning and a collision is imminent, full braking power is automatically applied. The technology can avoid a collision with a pedestrian at speeds up to 35 km/h if the driver does not react in time. At higher speeds, the focus is on reducing the car’s speed as much as possible prior to impact.
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V40, Safety, 2013

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