Volvo Cars has cemented its position among the leaders of automotive safety innovation with its new S90 saloon and V90 estate by being the first car maker to score a full six points in the Autonomous Emergency Braking for Pedestrians (AEB Pedestrian) test procedure and an overall five-star rating for both cars. The S90’s and V90’s results surpass the best overall score of any model tested last year and now make Euro NCAP’s top-three best-ever-performing cars all Volvos. The results follow in the footsteps of the XC90’s, which was the first car from any manufacturer to score full points in the Euro NCAP Autonomous Emergency Braking Car to Car rear-end tests (AEB City and AEB Interurban). The S90 and V90 performed as expected in the 2017 testing cycle, achieving a full five stars, thanks in large part to the high level of standard safety equipment in the new cars.
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