Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 Overview
Like many brands in the auto industry, Toyota has its own hub of advanced safety technology called Toyota Safety Sense™. Many 2020 Toyota models come with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 technology, which is the brand’s most updated lineup of innovative technology that is designed to keep the driver and passengers out of harm’s way. Let’s go through the technology that comes with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0.
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
This feature uses an integrated camera and radar system to detect pedestrians and objects in front of the Toyota. If the driver doesn’t react in time, the Toyota notifies them and automatically brakes.
Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
This advanced cruise control setting uses a camera on the windshield to detect the speed of the vehicle in front of the Toyota and adjusts its cruise control to maintain a specific distance from the car in front.
Lane Departure Alert
Using the camera on the vehicle’s windshield, Lane Departure Alert detects where the Toyota is in its lane and alerts the driver if they start to veer out of their lane.
Automatic High Beams
The Toyota detects headlights and taillights using the windshield mounted camera and activates or deactivates the high beams accordingly.
Read More: What Kind of Performance Does the RAV4 Have?
Road Sign Assist
With the use of a forward-facing camera, Toyota models with Road Sign Assist can detect speed limit, do not enter, road work and yield signs.
Lane Tracing Assist
This system works by following visible lane markers and lines on the road to keep the Toyota centered in its lane, but only works when Full-Speed Range Dynamic Cruise Control is enabled.
If you are near Claremont, NH and want to see how Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 works when you’re behind the wheel, visit us at McGee Toyota of Claremont. You can check out our blog and Toyota model research to learn about new models, or reach out to a member of our sales team for additional information. Thanks for reading!