Copenhagen. Volvo Cars said today that it called workshops on about 2.1 million cars around the world as a preventive measure after discovering that a steel cable connected to the seat belts in the front seats can loosen.
The front belts are anchored to the body of the vehicle through this steel cable, added press spokesman Stefan Elfstrom to Swedish public radio. “We have seen that this cable can be subject to wear under special conditions” reducing safety device protectionHe said adding that “this is a very rare problem.”
According to Volvo, call to workshops, than It is the largest in the history of the automotive, “Is a preventive security measure to avoid future problems.”
The Swedish company explained that the affected models are the Volvo S60, S60L, S60CC, V60, V60CC, XC60, V70, XC70, S80 and S80L built between 2006 and 2019. No current model is included in the recall.
No injuries or accidents related to this failure have been reported. Volvo Cars has been owned by the Chinese firm Zhejiang Geely Holding Group since 2010.