I had a message in my text window telling me that i needed urgent service. That to me is high tech enough. Of course it doesnt tell you what's wrong because they want you to come to the dealership to get it fixed. On top of that throw in all of the engine componets and how they are all pretty much controlled by the ECU and you basically have a computer with wheels on it. The technology is great but it's a B**CH to repair. For whatever reason some sensor in my throttle body "went bad" with only 43k miles. so I go over to the dealership and they fix the problem after 2 hours. I have owned a handful of cars and none of them have ever needed anything on the throttle replaced. Not that other cars dont have computer controlled throttles too but to me it seems as if these modern volvos have too much computer controlled stuff on them. They are so complex it's almost no fun to drive. And the more technology they cram into these cars, the more expensive and tedious it becomes to repair or replace these parts if they malfunction. Dont get me wrong, I still love my Volvo but sometimes I wish it was more simple to understand.