Volvo’s S90 to become the first car in the US with general semi-autonomous tech

by SpeedLux
S90 Pilot Assist US

The quickest means to get rid of somebody’s apprehensions about something new is to have them experience it. Many still ask the efficacy of modern-day, semi-autonomous driving technology. Volvo realizes this, so the automaker is taking a far more egalitarian method with its Aviator Assist system in the United States.

Hence, Aviator Assist will be common tools on all Volvo S90 sedans. It’s additionally visiting be an enhanced variation of the Aviator Assist seen on the new XC90 crossover– whereas Pilot Assist I can stop and also steer with clear lane markings approximately 30 mph, Aviator Assist II could manage those jobs completely approximately 80 miles per hour.

“Making semi-autonomous features conventional in the S90 symbolizes Volvo’s commitment to autonomous driving as well as our Vision 2020,” stated Lex Kerssemakers, CEO of Volvo Auto USA. Vision 2020 is Volvo’s plan to make sure that no one is killed or seriously wounded in a brand-new Volvo by 2020.

We’ll see the car for the first time at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit next week. The vehicle actually goes on sale later on this year.

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