Booster cushions and child seats. Delivering child safety since the 1960s
Safety has always been our number one priority at Volvo Cars. Safety for the driver, the passengers, other motorists and, of course, pedestrians. We have always been at the forefront of innovation in the field of safety — and Child Safety is no exception. Since 1964, when we first began testing rearward-facing child seats, we have progressively improved safety, ease of use and, importantly, comfort for your children when they travel in your Volvo.
Designed for real life
Our unique approach to child safety includes creating and carrying out tests based on real-life traffic situations. This enables us to carefully monitor how each child seat reacts in a real-life car environment, and then tailor our designs accordingly.
As a result of our research we can strongly recommend that children up to the age of four years are seated facing rearwards.
At Volvo Cars our vision is that no one should be seriously injured in a new Volvo.
|Download our child safety manual|
Child safety in the front seat
Our recommendation for the use of the front passenger airbag for children has been updated, thanks to advances in airbag technology in recent years. Therefore, we have a new child safety recommendation for children travelling in the front passenger seat of Volvo cars. The short film to the left and the downloadable factsheet, below, provide a good overview of this new recommendation and how it applies to current and older model Volvos.
|Download new recommendation factsheet|
Our child seats combine everything we know about safety with beautiful Scandinavian design. Made with breathable 80 per cent natural wool fabrics, they are the most comfortable child seats ever.
Protect what is important to you with Volvo Cars child seats.
Explore the history of child safety innovation at Volvo
A Volvo is for life
The environment is something all car manufacturers now think about. In 1983, however, it was a different story. So, when we released the LCP 2000, a concept car designed with the good of the planet in mind, it raised a few eyebrows. Now, more than thirty years later, our commitment to the environment is stronger than ever.
A unique way of connecting people
In the past, keeping people connected was a lot more difficult than it is today. It took ingenuity, risk and a whole lot of manpower. We explore Sweden’s oldest and most ambitious way of keeping people connected – the Göta Canal.