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Volvo Cars aim for Zero Accidents

20 July 2008

At the Volvo Car Corporation, the vision is to design cars that should not crash. In the shorter perspective the aim is that by 2020 no-one should be killed or injured in a Volvo.

Learn more and see what is to come here.

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