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Toyota Safety Sense

Standard safety technologies on select models come in the form of two
Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS) [1] packages,
TSS‑C & TSS‑P, represent the
latest milestone in our long history of developing and advancing safety
innovations that help prevent accidents and protect people.

Your vehicle is not equipped with Toyota Safety Sense™ (TSS).

For more information on Toyota Safety Sense and its advanced safety technologies, read below. Click here for a list of vehicles equipped with Toyota Safety Sense.

Your vehicle is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P).

These are the TSS‑P features that come standard on your vehicle.

Your vehicle is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense™ C (TSS-C).

These are the TSS‑C features that come standard on your vehicle.

Pre-Collision System (PCS)

The Pre-Collision System [2] uses a forward-facing radar and camera designed to scan the road ahead to help you avoid a potential frontal collision in certain situations. When a potential collision is detected, you are alerted with audible and visual warnings on the dash, and brake assistance is automatically activated. If you do not apply the brakes, and the system determines the collision is unavoidable, the brakes are automatically engaged in some conditions.

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Lane Departure Alert (LDA)

Lane Departure Alert [3] helps you stay in your lane. Using a specialized camera, the system is designed to detect visible painted lane markings on the road and alert you if you inadvertently out of your lane. The system will alert you with an audible beeping sound and an indicator light on the instrument panel will flash so that you can then take corrective action.

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Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA w/SA)

The Lane Departure Alert [3] helps you stay in your lane. Using a specialized camera, the system is designed to detect visible painted lane markings on the road and alert you if you inadvertently out of your lane. The system will alert you with an audible beeping sound and indicator light on the instrument panel will flash so that you can then take corrective action. The Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist system [4] brings added functionality. Should the system determine that the driver is not taking corrective steering action, the Steering Assist function will initiate and provide gentle corrective steering when necessary to help keep the vehicle in the lane.

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Automatic High Beams (AHB)

Automatic High Beams [5] is a safety system designed to help drivers see more of what's ahead at nighttime without dazzling other drivers. When enabled, this feature uses a specialized camera to help detect the headlights of oncoming vehicles and taillights of vehicles in front of you, then automatically switches between high and low beams to provide the most light possible and enhance forward visibility. By using high beams more frequently, the system may allow earlier detection of vehicles and obstacles.

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Pre-Collision System With Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD)

Pre-Collision System [2] with Pedestrian Detection [6] is designed to help keep the road safe for everyone by detecting a pedestrians under certain conditions. When combining radar with a camera designed to recognize certain shapes, the system's audible warning and display notification will alert you of a possible collision with a pedestrian. If you don't react, automatic braking and collision-avoidance support is then given to help prevent a collision from happening in certain conditions.

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Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)

Dynamic Radar Cruise Control works like conventional cruise control, and is designed to function at speeds from approximately 25 to 110 mph. Using a forward-facing radar and a camera, the system is designed to detect the distance of a vehicle directly ahead of you, and under certain conditions, will adjust your speed accordingly.

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Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC)

Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control [8] works like conventional cruise control, but can function at approximately 0 to 110 mph. Using a forward-facing radar and a camera, the system is designed to detect the distance of a vehicle directly ahead of you, and under certain conditions, adjust your speed accordingly. In traffic, it can help maintain one of three preset following distances, then accelerate back to your original cruising speed when the road clears.

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