Known for its reputation as a producer of vehicles that put safety first, Swedish automaker Volvo was founded in 1927. Today it's wholly owned by China's Geely group and produces sedans and crossovers such as the S60, XC60 and XC90.
The Tow for Life program applies to every single Volvo on the road in the US.
The groups will share anonymized safety data to hopefully make driving even safer.
It's strange how nobody's thought about running this test before, even Volvo itself.
I'm not as in love with our little Volvo as other Roadshow staffers.
The two suppliers will provide batteries for both Volvo and Polestar.
There's no cost to take advantage of the service.
A new interview with Volvo's R&D chief sheds some light on the automaker's safety overhaul.
It'll be a vital part of developing models beyond Polestar 3.