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PRE-CRASH SAFETY SYSTEM

Our advanced collision avoidance system

Using millimetre wave radar technology that scans the road ahead of your Toyota, our Pre-Crash Safety System acts as a second set of eyes to assist you.

Detecting a collision

Should the radar detect a high risk of collision it will sound a warning to encourage you to take action. As soon as you react and apply the brakes, the system will already have prepared Pre-Crash Brake Assist: this is where the maximum force available is applied to the brakes regardless of the pressure you apply yourself.

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Reducing potential injury

If the Pre-Crash Safety System decides that a collision is unavoidable, it will activate ‘Pre-Crash Brake’ by applying the brake automatically and prepare the ‘Pre-Crash Seat Belts’ for impact by retracting them in, helping to restrain you and reduce any potential injury.

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