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This is a remake of my once-popular Maximize crash test video from my first channel.
The video features 60 years of Volvo testing set to Rex The Dog's Maximize 2008 Mix, track.
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2009 Chevy Malibu vs 1959 Bel Air Crash Test
This crash test between a modern sedan and the classic 1959 Chevrolet Bel
Air shows just how far passenger protection has come in the last fifty
years. The Institute for Highway Safety staged the test to commemorate its
50th anniversary. Find more crash tests on our web site:
Corvette Z06 Review - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy takes the seven-litre monster that is the Corvette Z06 onto the Top
Gear track. And while its no Ferrari, it does manage to set a seriously
impressive time when its handed over to the the Stig.
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2013 Volvo V40 - Crash Test
The all-new Volvo V40 - Safety & Support:
The most IntelliSafe Volvo model ever
Adding several new high-tech features to a full deck of safety and support
systems from larger models makes the all-new Volvo V40 the most IntelliSafe
Volvo so far.
The new features include world-first Pedestrian Airbag Technology, Lane
Keeping Aid with haptic auto steering, an ingenious Park Assist Pilot,
automatic Road Sign Information, Active High Beam and a Cross Traffic Alert
radar system at the rear.
The all-new V40 also features the groundbreaking Pedestrian Detection with
full auto brake - as well as the City Safety further developed low-speed
collision avoidance system which now operates at speeds up to 50 km/h.
Park Assist Pilot - making parallel parking easy
A study by global research institute TNS reveals that one-third of European
drivers have problems with parallel parking. In a similar study by UK
insurer elephant.co.uk, around two-thirds of interviewed drivers stated
that they felt uncomfortable in parallel parking situations.
The new Park Assist Pilot makes parallel parking easy and precise by taking
over and operating the steering wheel while the driver handles the gearbox
and controls the car's speed.
The parking manoeuvre is based on front, rear and side-facing ultrasonic
When the driver activates the Park Assist Pilot the sensors start to scan
the side of the car. When a parking slot measuring a minimum of 1.2 times
the car's length is detected, the driver is notified by an audible signal
and advised to stop via a message in the instrument cluster.
The display guides the driver step by step via texts and animations in the
instrument cluster until the car is correctly parked. Although the driver
initially engages reverse gear and continues to control the speed of the
car, steering is taken over by the Park Assist Pilot. When parking is
completed the driver is notified by an audible signal and a text message.
The all-new Volvo V40 can also be equipped with a rear park assist camera
and park assist sensors front and rear.
Lane Keeping Aid - active help to stay on course
Studies show that many accidents take place in uncritical traffic
situations and good weather conditions due to driver distraction,
drowsiness or illness. Approximately 30 percent of all accidents in Volvo
Cars' statistical accident database are accidents with an initial road
departure. About 75 percent of these occur on roads with speed limits of 70
km/h or more.
The new Lane Keeping Aid in the V40 helps the driver stay in the intended
lane. This feature applies extra steering torque to the steering column
when the car gets close to a lane marking and is about to leave the lane.
The system is active at speeds between 65 km/h and 200 km/h.
The forward-looking camera monitors the left and right lane markings. Lane
Keeping Aid registers the car's progress between the lane markings and
takes action if the driver shows signs of unintentionally drifting out of
As a first step Lane Keeping Aid applies gentle steering wheel torque to
help the driver steer back onto the intended course. If the car leaves the
lane, the technology generates a distinctive warning through a haptic
vibration in the steering wheel.
Volvo Crash Test Center.mpg
Volvos crash-test laboratory now 10 years new
[url=cleanmpg.com]We are continuously taking new steps towards our vision
that nobody should die or suffer serious injuries in a new Volvo car by the
[fimg=left][/fimg]Wayne Gerdes - [url=cleanmpg.com]CleanMPG[/url] - May 8,
At Volvo, the ability to replicate road accidents contributes to
world-class crash safety.
Volvo's crash-test laboratory in Torslanda turns 10 this year - and the
almost 3,000 full-scale tests that have been carried out during the
high-tech facility's first decade have helped give Volvo owners some of the
"We can replicate most of the incident and accident scenarios that take
place out on the roads. By analyzing these and then testing new safety
technology in the crash-test laboratory, we can improve the safety level in
our cars so that they become even safer in real-life traffic conditions,"
says Thomas Broberg, Senior Safety Advisor at Volvo.
When the new safety center was inaugurated by Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf
in early 2000, it was one of the most advanced in the car industry - a
position it has retained over the years thanks to the continuous
implementation of new equipment and new test methods.
The latest technology infusion is in the form of a set of digital
high-speed cameras that can take 200,000 frames per second.