A review of VADIS for XC90 within the subject CAR BODY notes the following:<br>The XC90 is based on a passenger car chassis with unitary construction. This gives a low center of gravity, ensuring good directional stability and countering any tendency to roll over.<br>The shape of the XC90 body is based on the same basic design as the V70 body. Front and rear crumple zones absorb collision forces. The passenger compartment has a safety cage in which the door sills, posts, cantrails and doors are reinforced etc., etc., etc...<p><B>Then comes the statement: "There are two types of chassis applications, soft (USA) and hard (EU)."</B><p>Is there someone within the Volvo community who can provide additional detail as far as any differences between USA and EU chassis types??