The controversial car designed for women that sweeps the networks: "0% offended 100% identified"

Social networks daily unearth creations and products that we thought were forgotten; This is the case of the Volvo YCC, a vehicle that has revolutionized the network due to its features and its particular design.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
29 March 2024 Friday 17:19
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The controversial car designed for women that sweeps the networks: "0% offended 100% identified"

Social networks daily unearth creations and products that we thought were forgotten; This is the case of the Volvo YCC, a vehicle that has revolutionized the network due to its features and its particular design.

Created in 2004, the Volvo YCC was designed "by and for women" with the aim of meeting the needs of female drivers. At first glance, the vehicle looked like a four-seater coupe with a futuristic touch; it did not have a hood and an access panel to access the car's engine.

In terms of maintenance, the engine was designed to only need an oil change after 50,000 km, and the windshield washer tank was filled via a capless ball valve, right next to the gas tank valve.

Likewise, it had 'puncture-proof' tires to be able to get to the workshop without problems, preventing its drivers from having to stop to change a wheel in the middle of the shoulder.

Despite being considered a sexist car at the time, the resurgence of this model has been praised by women online: "Where can I get it?", "If they can make engines that last three times longer without an oil change?" Why don't they put them in all cars? That sounds super useful" and "Does it park itself?" are several of the most popular prints.