In order to achieve the goal of “zero casualties” for Volvo cars in 2020, Volvo has previously announced that the maximum speed of Volvo passenger cars produced after 2020 will be limited to 112 mph (180 km / h). Of course, this practice has little impact on ordinary car owners in most countries and regions of the world. After all, the local road speed limit is far less than 180km / h. < / P > < p > because there are many expressways in Germany, there is no speed limit. Volvo can only run up to 180km / h, which is obviously a “slow car” on these roads. < / P > < p > it is reported that the technology can restore the current Volvo models affected by the speed limit setting to the upper limit of 155 mph (250 km / h) before 2020. Of course, this service is not free. It is reported that the third party will charge 1112 euro (about 8700 yuan) for speed limit adjustment service of Volvo 40 series gasoline and diesel models, 1198 euro (1402 US dollars) for hybrid models, 1284 euro (1502 US dollars) for upgrading < / P > < p > 60 series gasoline and diesel version, and 1370 euro (1603) for hybrid version For Volvo’s 90 series models, the company provides the service of unloading the retarder, which costs 1456 euros (US $1704) for gasoline and diesel powered models, and 1543 euros (1805 US dollars) for hybrid models. < / P > < p > in addition, consumers also gave different attitudes towards Volvo’s practice of speed limit. Some people believe that this can effectively avoid impulsive driving and reduce accident casualties. However, some people think that Volvo’s move interferes with the car owners’ right to drive freely, and when the speed reaches 180 km / h, the casualties will be very serious. Therefore, Volvo’s practice of speed limit has limited practical effect. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days