Leveraging 40 years of safety research, Volvo plans to make its extensive crash-research data available to the industry and will roll out a series of new technologies aimed at reducing death and serious injuries to women while also targeting distracted driving, speeding and driving while intoxicated. The initiative builds off Volvo’s 12-year-old Vision 2020 plan to improve safety and begins with Project E.V.A., or Equal Vehicles for All, which addresses inequalities in reducing crash ...

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