Volvo India has recently given a review for 1,891 units of its models in India, corresponding to a speculated issue with the Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) framework. This review is a piece of an a lot bigger worldwide review of more than 7 lakh Volvo vehicles. The models influenced by this are MY 2019 and 2020 V90 Cross Country home, S90 vehicle, XC40, XC60 and XC90 SUVs.

What the AEB framework does is it utilizes a variety of sensors to recognize hindrances ahead out and about like walkers, cyclists, stationary vehicles, and naturally apply the brake while getting excessively near the snag, without the requirement for drivers input, hence helping in forestalling mishaps.

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The issue Volvo appears to have with these reviewed vehicles is that in high temperature circumstances, while the snags are recognized, the framework doesn’t naturally apply the brakes. Evidently, the fix for this issue is a straightforward programming redesign, and the breakdown doesn’t hinder the drivability of the vehicles in some other manner.

Despite the fact that considering the present circumstance with the COVID-19 danger and the officially sanctioned curfews set up across numerous Indian states, it might take more time to get the vehicles sent across to the workshops for the product update. Additionally as a measure to forestall the spread of the infection, Volvo Car India declared a ‘telecommute’ procedure on March 17, 2020.

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