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Toyota reveals new smart technologies and and systems

3 December 2014

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Toyota has revealed some of the smart new technologies and systems it will be featuring in future models to make driving safer. True to the company’s Integrated Safety Management Concept, these have been designed from the start to work together to help cut the number of road accidents.

The new features, announced at a safety seminar in Toyota City, will be rolled out in new models from 2015. Toyota is also creating Safety Sense active safety packages, tailored to suit different size vehicles that will be made available worldwide by the end of 2017. They include:

  • Vehicle-to-infrastructure and vehicle-to-vehicle communications for safer manoeuvres and hazard alerts
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle communications for smarter, safer and more efficient cruise control driving
  • Better night-time illumination with new adaptive LED headlight arrays
  • New technologies to be rolled out from 2015, together with advanced active safety packages for new models

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