Volvo continues to explore two-door vehicles with the YCC (Your Concept Car), an attractive car developed by an all-woman team. Intended as a showcase for innovative ideas, YCC goes over the top with female-focused features that have received a mixed response on the international show circuit. The interior provides numerous storage locations for travel essentials, such as keys, phones, coins, and even laptop. More importantly, it can adapt the driver's body configuration by using a soon-to-be-patented Ergovision system. Ergovision takes the basic idea of driver memory functions to the extreme, beginning with driver being scanned at a dealer. The proportions are stored on the key, which in turn tells the car to adjust seat, steering wheel, pedals, head restraint, and seat belt to suit the driver. The other standout technology is the parking assist, which combines a "space check" to ensure safe fit, then "Autopark" to help parallel park. The Autopark adjusts steering, while driver controls the accelerator, brakes, and gearshift. To reduce maintenance, there are exterior filler locations for fluids, and the automatic diagnostic system can schedule servicings when needed. The YCC shouldn't be dismissed as just a public relations experiment, as this concept car is brimming with good ideas that may influence future products.