Volvo’s pedestrian detection system can be found on the revamped S60, adding on to other safety features which include an in-collision detection system as well as auto-braking. These unique combinations of tech are able to spot pedestrians who step in front of the car, warn the driver who will hopefully brake in time, and if not, the car will take over by automatically applying full braking power. Any vehicle that is not going faster than 22MPH ought to be able to stop completely, while anyone going faster than that will slow down significantly. Do you think smarter cars result in dumber drivers?
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