Volvo introduces more intelligent cars
Volvo Cars to introduce a variety of upgrades to its classical XC60 mid-size SUV, with the inclusion of addition of the company’s new Android-powered infotainment system with Google apps and services built-in, making the Volvo best-seller smarter than ever before.
On signing for the Digital Services package, customers will acquire access to all services and features presented in the package. All hardware needed to run the services already exists in the car, and all data necessary is included in the package.
Volvo Car Group is the first company to collaborate with Google on integrating an infotainment system powered by Android with Google apps and built-in services. Because of this, XC60 appears to be the next step in a continuing rollout of Android-powered infotainment systems in Volvo cars, additionally improving all-time popular SUV.
In 2020, the XC60 sold almost 200,000 units and was reckoned for nearly 29% of Volvo cars’ total sales. As for market share, it has been the most popular car in the European mid-sized premium SUV segment and has been in the top five in the same segment globally.
As for safety upgrades, it comes equipped with Volvo Cars’ all-new Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) sensor platform, a modern, ascendable active safety system consisting of an array of radars, cameras, and ultrasonic sensors.
Major changes have taken place in the interior, but also the company’s designers have made several subtle refinements to the exterior design, with the inclusion of a new grille, new front bumpers, and new exterior color and wheel options.