When we talk about global models, we are faced cars sold in different parts of the world with very few changes. Is essentially the same car, but make approval regulations may have aesthetic differences and tastes kind of country influence consumer equipment that cars offer. The active safety system Subaru EyeSight is one of those items that has never been featured on European specification models of the brand, but to hit the market.
This system will start marketing in Europe with the arrival of the new generation of Subaru Outback. The landing for renewed Outback in Europe is scheduled for the same 2014 depending on the brand of the Pleiades and multiple driving aids that are included in the Subaru EyeSight second generation will help this model to compete as equals in terms of equipment with European rivals.
The Subaru Outback European equip the Subaru EyeSight
Japan, the US and Australia were the first markets to benefit from this technology precisely premiered new Subaru Outback. Among the various aids which encompasses Subaru EyeSight find a system to prevent rear-end collision with automatic emergency braking, warning of involuntary change of active channel adaptive cruise control. It is likely, given the policy Subaru equipment, this system comes associated with the highest finishes. In the US the cost is about 1,800 euros to change.
The system is composed of two chambers located near the rearview mirror, which can detect pedestrians, cyclists or even red brake lights and traffic lights to better prepare for emergency braking. They are the eyes that see everything. It is possible to avoid collisions circulating until 50 mph and the wheel can correct the trajectory of the vehicle to keep it between the lines of the road and avoid output via slightly.
2008 was the year in which the Subaru EyeSight launched in the Japanese market, although it was not until 2012 when I reach the US market in the Legacy and Forester ranges. The evolution of the system debuted last June and is a significant improvement over its predecessor because the angular field of view and scope of the system is 40% higher; allowing margins wider action to reduce risks. The NHTSA called the Subaru EyeSight as one of the best systems of automatic braking by the City Safety Volvo.