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New Cherokee to include camera safety technology

TRW safety and electronics innovations are featured on the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee models, a forward-looking object recognition camera.

The camera provides lane keeping assist and high beam headlamp control, and helps assist in collision mitigation braking.

Jeep’s Passive Entry “Keyless Enter and Go” system which allows owners easy access to the vehicle without even needing to press the key fob button is also included. The system is part of a highly efficient configuration in which the passive entry, remote keyless entry and tire pressure monitoring functions are all controlled by a single electronic control unit.

“Having our advanced technologies feature on vehicles that stand out for delivering top safety performance along with security and convenience is a testament to TRW’s mission to provide market-leading, intelligent solutions to our customers,” said Peter Lake, TRW executive vice president, sales and business development.

“We are continually evolving our technologies to stay ahead of industry trends, exceed customer requirements and expectations, and deliver the safety that every driver and passenger on the road deserves.”



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