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Volvo tests pedestrian avoidance feature in new S60


October 10, 2009/3.03

Volvo, which will shortly release its new S60 sedan, has been testing a new feature: one which recognizes pedestrians and will stop the car if they are in danger of being struck.
   We recently tested the XC60, which has a collision avoidance feature. Apparently, if one is heading toward a stationary object, the car will know to slow down and stop—but for insurance reasons, we never put it to the test.
   Below is the S60, still with its disguise on, going through its paces in København, where there is a lot of pedestrian and cyclist traffic. The company has been experimenting with the technology for a decade, it claims.

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