Your life, your car, connected
Your phone is the key
We are making it easier than ever to access and share your Volvo by enabling you to use your phone as a key. Digital key technology will allow you to open and start your car with your phone, share a key with friends, family and colleagues, and use car sharing services wherever you are in the world. Volvo is currently testing this convenient Bluetooth-based technology in Sweden and plans to become the world’s first car manufacturer to offer it to customers, in a limited-edition car, in 2017.
Where the magic happens
It’s more than a kilometre long – with a corridor running the entire length of it – and around 6,500 people work there. Every day around 1,200 cars roll out of the doors and onto the roads, and every single one of them is made to order.
Connectivity In Berlin
After travelling the world for 12 years, Cologne-born entrepreneur Gundula Cöllen decided it was time to return to Germany and reconnect with her homeland. And when it came to choosing a city in which to settle down in and start up a new business, she only had one place in mind – Berlin.
Seeing really is believing
Rikard Steiber, a Swedish tech guru based in California, aims to turn the world on to the possibilities of virtual reality – and spark an educational revolution in the process.