Blind Spot Details System - for better visibility
The Volvo XC60 2016 offers a radar-based BLIS (Blind Sport Details Program). The technology can monitor and alert the driver to rapidly approaching vehicles up to 70 m behind the automobile. Of course it still informs the driver about vehicles in the blind places on both sides.
Cornering Light to get better visibility
Another innovative option for traveling in the dark may be the low-acceleration Cornering Light feature. It lighting up the area the driver is definitely steering towards for safer maneuvering as an extension of the existing Active Bending Light system.
Covering your back with Cross Traffic Alert
To alert the driver to crossing visitors from the sides when reversing out of a parking space, Cross Visitors Alert uses the radar sensors at the trunk end of the car. That is especially useful in crowded or restricted areas where in fact the side view might be limited because of vegetation, infrastructure or various other parked cars.
Park assist camera, front side blind view
You can "see around corners" with a 180° field of vision to the left and right in front of you with park assist camera’s front blind view. It will be easier maneuvering in tight spots.
Rear Park assist camera
Reversing into a tight car parking space could be a challenge at times. Helps to increase your field of eyesight behind the car, rear Park assist surveillance camera installed in the trunk lid.
Road Sign Information, an extra ‘eye’ on the traffic environment
Road Sign Info supports the driver by displaying road signals in the instrument display. Road Sign Information can be combined with the Speed Alert function. If the speed limit is exceeded, it gives the driver with a visual warning in the speedometer.
Rear seat entertainment
Let your rear seat passengers enjoy their journey with devoted DVD players and built-in LCD displays. In addition a handy remote control and wireless headphones included.