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Popular Science Magazine Awards Volvo Cars for Innovative Child Booster Cushion System

November 21, 2007

IRVINE, Calif. --- Volvo Car Corp. has received Popular Science's annual Best of What's New award for a booster seat system that helps protect children who have outgrown their toddler seat. Earlier this year, Volvo Cars received an award from the World Traffic Safety Symposium at the New York International Auto Show. The award was for best new safety feature in an automobile."Our goal is to help protect occupants. This award acknowledges our efforts to help protect our smallest passengers, our children," said Thomas Broberg, senior safety advisor for Volvo Car Corp. in Sweden. "This new seat, in conjunction with our refinements in side body structure and the inflatable curtain, will have a significant reduction in child injuries."
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