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Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0

Toyota values their customers, which means that they value their safety as well. That's why they've developed a special package of safety features crafted to support Toyota drivers throughout the course of their vehicle ownership, no matter where their path lies. From inclement weather to last-minute decision making, they've considered the common challenges to safe driving and have developed the solution: Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0.1

The updated Toyota Safety SenseTM 2.0 builds on previous TSS-C and TSS-P suites and boasts six active safety and driver assistance systems to address the three primary areas of accident protection: preventing or mitigating frontal collisions2, keeping drivers within their lane3 and enhancing road safety during night time driving4. Please remember, though, all drivers are ultimately responsible for their own safety.

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Pre-Collision System (PCS)

PCS2 is an innovative technology that utilizes an integrated forward-facing camera and grille-mounted radar system designed to help you avoid or mitigate a frontal collision. Toyota Safety SenseTM 2.0 makes this system even better by adding a low-light detection for pedestrians as well as daytime bicycle detection.

Vehicle Detection

When PCS2 detects a near-imminent frontal collision, it uses an audio and visual alert to prompt the driver to take evasive action and brake. PCS may use Brake Assist8 to provide additional braking force.

If brakes aren't applied within a set time and there's an extremely high possibility of frontal collision, PCS may automatically apply the brakes.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Detection

In this newest version of the Toyota Safety Sense suite, PCS has been designed to detect bicycles in daytime situations, as well as vehicles and pedestrians in both daytime and low-light conditions. Similar to the Pre-Collision System, audible and visual notifications are given when a possible collision9 with a pedestrian or bicycle is detected, as well as brake assistance and even automatic braking if no action is taken.3

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Lane Departure Alert (LDA)

LDA3 utilizes the vehicle's forward-facing camera to detect lane departure when driving on relatively straight roads with clear markings, road edges or curbs. If the LDA system senses unintentional steering out of the lane, it alerts the driver with audio and visual alerts.

Steering Assist

Electronic Power Steering (EPS) includes Steering Assist,12 a function that may automatically make small corrective steering inputs if LDA senses lane departure.

Road Edge Detection

LDA has been updated with Road Edge Detection in TSS 2.0, which may be capable of sensing the boundary between the road surface and the side of the road.

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Automatic High Beams (AHB)

To help make nighttime driving both easier and safer, Automatic High Beams4 use a camera to detect oncoming vehicles and automatically switch from high beams to low and back.4

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Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)

Building on standard cruise control technology, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control5 uses forward-sensing radar technology and a camera to gauge the speed and distance of the vehicle in front of yours. It can adjust speed automatically to keep the optimal distance between you and those in front of you, especially when traffic is congested.5

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Road Sign Assist (RSA)

RSA6 reads certain traffic signs and shows them on the vehicle's Multi-Information Display. The system can detect Speed Limit, Stop, Yield and Do Not Enter signs.

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Lane Tracing Assist

LTA7 works with Dynamic Radar Cruise Control to keep the vehicle centered within its visibly marked lane by utilizing the forward-facing camera. It is designed to automatically make constant steering inputs, but it does require the driver to keep their hands on the steering wheel. Some models equipped with TSS 2.0 will not have the LTA feature.

Currently Available on These Models7

Yaris

2019 Yaris

Corolla

2019 Corolla

Corolla Hatchback

2019 Corolla Hatchback

Prius

2019 Prius

Prius c

2019 Prius c

Camry

2019 Camry

Camry Hybrid

2019 Camry Hybrid

PriusPrime

2019 Prius Prime

Avalon

2019 Avalon

Avalon Hybrid

2019 Avalon Hybrid

86

2019 86

Sienna

2019 Sienna

Tacoma

2019 Tacoma

Tundra

2019 Tundra

CH-R

2019 C-HR

RAV4

2019 RAV4

Highlander

2019 Highlander

Highlander Hybrid

2019 Highlander Hybrid

4Runner

2019 4Runner

Sequoia

2019 Sequoia

Land Cruiser

2019 Land Cruiser

[DISCLAIMERS]

1. Drivers are responsible for their own safe driving. Always pay attention to your surroundings and drive safely. System effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

2. The TSS Pre-Collision System is designed to help avoid or reduce the crash speed and damage in certain frontal collisions only. It is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

3. Lane Departure Alert is designed to read visible lane markers under certain conditions, and provide visual and audible alerts when lane departure is detected. It is not a collision-avoidance system or a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

4. Automatic High Beams operate at speeds above 25 mph. Factors such as a dirty windshield, weather, lighting and terrain limit effectiveness requiring the driver to manually operate the high beams. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

5. Dynamic Radar Cruise Control is designed to assist the driver and is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving practices. System effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and traffic conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

6. Do not rely exclusively on Road Sign Assist (RSA). RSA is a driver support system that utilizes the vehicle’s forward-facing camera and navigation system (when data is available) to recognize certain road signs and provide information to the driver via the multi-information display and/or Head-Up display. Effectiveness is dependent on road, weather, vehicle and sign conditions. Use common sense when using RSA and do not drive distracted. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

7. Lane Tracing (Trace) Assist (LTA) is designed to read visible lane markers and detect other vehicles under certain conditions. When potential lane departure is detected, LTA provides a visual warning and either an audible alert or vibration in the steering wheel and can apply a slight steering force. It is not a collision-avoidance system or a substitute for safe and attentive driving. Effectiveness is dependent on many factors including road, weather and vehicle conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

8. Brake Assist (BA) is designed to help the driver take full advantage of the benefits of ABS. It is not a substitute for safe driving practices. Braking effectiveness also depends on proper vehicle maintenance, tire and road conditions. See Owner’s Manual for additional limitations and details.

9. The Pedestrian Detection System, part of the Advanced Pre-Collision System, is designed to detect a pedestrian or bicyclist ahead of the vehicle, determine if impact is imminent and help reduce impact speed. It is not a collision avoidance system and is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness depends on many factors, such as speed, size and position of pedestrian or bicyclist and weather, light and road conditions. See Owner's Manual for additional limitations and details.

10. Feature availability may vary by model and trim level. See dealer for details.