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Subaru EyeSight driver assist technology on the rise

Subaru is reporting high levels of demand for its EyeSight driver assist system.

In its domestic market, Japan, over 85% of Subaru models now sold are equipped with the system. 

EyeSight employs stereo colour camera technology to monitor the road and traffic ahead for potential hazards.

The EyeSight driver assist system has just been launched in the UK, as standard with the all-new Subaru Outback when equipped with Lineartronic transmission. For the home market Subaru expects around three quarters Outbacks sold to be fitted with EyeSight; the technology is due to be introduced to other models in the Subaru range in the coming years.

EyeSight employs stereo colour camera technology to monitor the road and traffic ahead for potential hazards.

The EyeSight driver assist system has just been launched in the UK, as standard with the all-new Subaru Outback when equipped with Lineartronic transmission. For the home market Subaru expects around three quarters Outbacks sold to be fitted with EyeSight; the technology is due to be introduced to other models in the Subaru range in the coming years.

The new Outback is priced from £27,995 on-the-road, and features a new exterior design, a more spacious interior and a range of advanced passive and active safety equipment and in-car technology.


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