Volvo C30 D2 - miracle fuel sipper tested to the limit
The Volvo C30 D2 now has a fuel sipping 1.6-litre, diesel engine, rated at
4.3-litres per 100km. Really? We smell an economy test coming on... In this
Volvo C30 D2 road test we set off, out of Cape Town along the garden route
and when the tank shows half empty, we'll turn around and se if we can make
it back. What will our results be? How far and how quickly will the Volvo
C30 D2 go? Will it make it back...? So many questions surrounding Volvo's
first oil burning C30
Crash Testing the 2013 Volvo XC60! - The Downshift Episode 51
We visit Ruckersville, VA and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's
Vehicle Research Center. IIHS is crash testing the 2013 Volvo XC60 in one
of their newest tests - the small overlap front test. On this episode of
The Downshift, learn why this kind of front overlap impact has such a
reputation for killing cars and their passengers, and find out if the Volvo
XC60 passes the test.
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Volvo Trucks - Volvo Trucks vs Koenigsegg: a race between a Volvo FH and a Koenigsegg One:1
In this ultimate challenge, a Volvo FH truck races against a Koenigsegg
One:1. Two completely different vehicles end up in a thrilling fight to
win. Behind the wheel of the Volvo FH truck is TV presenter and former
racing driver Tiff Needell.
The race is held in order to test Volvo Trucks’ new gearbox I-Shift Dual
Clutch, which is based on sports car technology. Since Tiff Needell has
never driven a truck before, he first takes the Volvo FH out for a few test
laps. And then: it’s on!
Watch "Behind the scenes":
Watch the film about Tiff Needell's experiences from the race:
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CRASHES 2013 Volvo FH
The driver of a new Volvo FH would emerge from an 80 km/h collision without
any serious injuries. And if the truck rolled over, there is an emergency
exit at hand. But not only the driver's safety has improved.
Thousands of simulated collision tests and about 100 real crash tests have
allowed Volvo Trucks' engineers to develop a safer truck cab. For instance,
high-strength materials such as dual-phase steel have been used in
collision-absorbing beams and in the doors. The cab too uses the strongest
steel available today for body panelling -- ultra-high-strength, thermoset,
press-moulded boron steel.
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out drift with Volvo terror with b21et engine from Volvo 240 turbo first test
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