The 2013 Subaru Outback With EyeSight Helps to Avoid Collisions

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Jun 30, 2012 • References: & coolhunting
Keeping an eye out for obstacles while on the road will be a little easier thanks to the Subaru Outback with EyeSight.

This safety system uses cameras affixed to the vehicle's windshield to warn drivers of braking vehicles up ahead and alert them when the lane they are traveling in is set to merge or end.

The system also provides adaptive cruise control that adjusts the speed of the vehicle when the driver is getting too close to oncoming traffic up ahead. Furthermore, it also cuts the throttle of the vehicle when the driver excels rapidly which was devised to avoid putting the vehicle in reverse when it was meant to go forward.

EyeSight even helps to keep drivers in their own lane, monitoring the cars proximity to traffic lines to avoid collisions. Stats for Superbly Intuitive Safety Systems Trending: Older & Chilly
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