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PARKING AIDS

Helping you into those difficult-to-fit spaces

Technology that gives you more confidence when parking, by helping you to manoeuvre and see more clearly.

Parking Distance Sensor

Taking the stress out of manoeuvring your Toyota into those difficult-to-fit parking spaces, our parking sensors use ultrasonic wave technology to detect the distance from other cars and objects.

Placed discreetly into the front and rear bumpers you will be warned clearly by a bleeping tone along with alerts on a visual display.

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Rear View Camera Display

Acting as an additional safety measure, our rear view camera is fitted discreetly to the back of your Toyota.

When you engage reverse gear, a large bright colour view from the back of the car will be displayed on your dashboard that clearly shows how close you are to any obstacles. To make parking even easier guidance lines which are linked to your steering wheel display a predicted path into the parking space, so you know exactly how much to operate the steering wheel.

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Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA)

Our Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA) feature helps you to steer your Toyota smoothly into a parking space or garage, even if you lack confidence parking.

After you engage reverse and select the IPA button, choose the empty parking position you want to reverse into on the rear camera monitor and the IPA system will assist your steering all the way into the space – all you do is provide the necessary acceleration and braking.

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