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This video shows off Volvo Trucks' automatic emergency braking system. The system alerts the driver of a collision risk and brakes automatically if necessary. The system can cut a truck's speed from 49 - 0 mph in about 131 feet.

In one video, of a 30 mph rollover test, the car is barely even dented.

All the cameras, radar, and sensors in the world won't do a lick of good when a two-ton projectile unavoidably slams into an immoveable object.

Uber and Volvo have turned a number of XC90s into self-driving SUVs in the City by the Bay. It's an extension of the program the two companies tested in Pittsburgh earlier this year.

Luxurious Lounge Console interior in the all new Volvo S90 Excellence.

This custom-built semi is the fastest truck in the world. The Volvo truck, dubbed the Iron Knight, produces 2,400HP and 4,425 pound feet of torque and has 0-62MPH time of 4.6 seconds.

The Iron Knight set two speed records.

This massive semi would embarrass some sports cars.

Automotive news recap for 8.20.16.

Volvo and Uber partner to bring autonomous tech to market, Cadillac debuts Escala concept at Monterey Car Week, and we get our best look yet at the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

Volvo and Uber partner in the name of autonomy. Both companies are investing $300M in this joint project that aims to bring autonomous tech into real world application sooner than later.

It's called The Iron Knight and it's glorious.

Oh yeah, it also has roughly 4,425 pound-feet of torque.

Volvo's flagship SUV impresses during its short stay in our fleet.

The world's longest and highest glass bridge was put to the test yet again in a public safety demonstration in preparation for its grand opening.

Inside and out, there's some special design here.

The R-Design appearance package gives the S90/V90 cars more aggressive looks.

Volvo reveals 40.1 and 40.2 concepts, as well as, its vision for the future of its compact vehicle lineup.

Volvo Trucks says its FH16 tractor can pull 826 tons, so to put it to the test, it brought in strongman Magnus Samuelsson. Watch the results here.

Two Volvo-driving English vagrants are behind bars today after pelting police officers with bricks during a traffic stop.

Known for its clever adverts, Volvo gets its juices flowing with a little help from others.

Volvo's new "Highway Robbery" advert shows the Swedish carmaker pilfering some free electricity from passing cars.

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a photo showing a teenager involved in a fatal hit-and-run posing in front of the damaged car involved in the crash.

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