These are the days (not to mention the months, by now) of the coronavirus and therefore an automobile capable of protecting the driver from contagion is certainly very interesting news that will make people looking for a new four-wheeler happy.
The anti-coronavirus machine (but antivirus in general) is being developed by the Chinese automaker Geely (which acquired Volvo in 2010), which says it is already well underway in its implementation. To isolate the occupants of the vehicle from the virus from China, a series of filters for air and artificial intelligence.
Specifically, for his new car Geely has decided to modify the treatments of the air coming from the outside so as to be able to completely isolate passengers from potential dangers such as, in fact, the coronavirus.
“Cars with complete antivirus protection – reads an official note – not only require the ability to isolate the passenger compartment from harmful substances present in the environment, but also to purify the air in the cabin quickly and effectively for the occupants. Geely Auto’s global research and development and design networks based in Europe, the United States and China are already working together to develop and research new eco-sustainable materials with antibacterial and antiviral properties that can be used in air conditioning systems and on frequently touched surfaces such as buttons and handles.