Keeps you mindful of the road - Sometimes the mind can wander on the daily commute or a long drive—but the S90 is able to bring you back. Drift toward the edge of your lane and Volvo’s Lane Keep Assist will give gentle alerts and add steering inputs to make sure that you keep the car properly aligned. Missed that car stopping in front of you? Autobrake will alert you if you’re closing in too fast, and apply the brakes if you don’t. How’s that for peace of mind?
Sees large animals in your path - In the U.S., more than 1 million collisions with large animals occur every year. Many are deadly. And because animals can be so unpredictable, avoiding them can be impossible. The S90’s Large Animal Detection uses radar and a camera to identify deer or other large animals that may be in the road. If you don’t react, the car automatically applies the brakes to prevent or mitigate a collision.
Helps you park safely - The available 360 degree Surround View Camera makes parking and low-speed maneuvering in narrow places simple, showing on the center display a bird’s-eye view of the car and everything surrounding it. Park Assist Pilot is almost like having your own valet park your car for you. It automatically determines whether a space is large enough, then takes over the steering to guide you in.DW Burnett/PUPPYKNUCKLES
Lets you know if you’re about to leave the road - Because Volvo engineers live and breathe safety, they lead the industry in innovation. If needed, the S90’s Run-off Road Mitigation technology will add steering input and braking to keep the car on the road. If the car continues to head off course, the S90 will prepare the cabin for impact by tightening seat belts, applying the brakes, turning on hazard lights, and, if necessary, deploying airbags and calling emergency responders through Volvo’s On Call system.
Helps you safely navigate busy city streets - In a 2015 J.D. Power study, more than 80% of Volvo buyers cited safety as a top priority. Drivers will love the S90’s standard City Safety technology, which works day and night to help you avoid collisions in low-speed and congested environments. City Safety detects vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, and other hazards in your path, then warns you with light and sound. If you don’t take action, it will apply the brakes and tighten front seat belts.DW Burnett/PUPPYKNUCKLES