Toyota Safety Sense active safety technologies provide a high degree of protection across a wide range of driving situations. Below is a brief explanation of the different systems that make up Toyota Safety Sense – availability of these may vary across Toyota models. We’ve also prepared short films that show you how the system functions in the all-new Toyota Yaris, Toyota C-HR, Corolla, RAV4 and Aygo.
- Toyota Safety Sense in the all-new Toyota Yaris
- Toyota Safety Sense in the Toyota C-HR
- Toyota Safety Sense in the Toyota Corolla
- Toyota Safety Sense in the Toyota RAV4
- Toyota Safety Sense in the Toyota Aygo
Pre-Collision System (PCS) uses a radar detector and front camera to detect objects ahead of your vehicle. If PCS detects a collision is imminent, it audibly and visually alerts you. In addition, PCS can automatically apply the brakes to prevent or lessen the seriousness of a collision. Lastly, you can also adjust the sensitivity of PCS to your preference.
Lane Departure Alert (LDA) monitors road markings on faster roads to detect if your Toyota is drifting out of its lane. If it is triggered, you will receive a visual alert on your Toyota’s multi-information display. LDA won’t activate if the indicators are in use, and the system can be turned off if required. In some models, LDA is enhanced with Steering Assist which can apply corrective steering if the system is triggered.
Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) helps your car to stay centred in its lane by monitoring the road markings. This can reduce the risk of collision and relieves some of the burden on you, the driver. This function of Toyota Safety Sense operates in conjunction with Adaptive Cruise Control meaning your journeys in congested traffic are less stressful.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) maintains a constant speed until your Toyota comes up behind another vehicle. ACC can then adjust your car’s speed to maintain a fixed distance to the car ahead. When the road is clear, ACC will accelerate to resume your previous cruising speed.
Road Sign Assist (RSA) recognises specific road signs and displays this information on your Toyota’s multi-information display. To keep you on the right side of the law, it will issue audible and visible alerts if necessary. In addition, RSA works with ACC to regulate your vehicle’s speed.
Automatic High-Beam System (AHS) improves visibility for you and other drivers by adapting your Toyota’s headlights automatically. It uses a camera to monitor the light from other vehicles and street lighting and adapts your car’s headlight beam accordingly.
To discover more about how these safety systems work and how to adjust them in your Toyota, please view the films below.
Toyota Safety Sense: All-new Yaris
Watch this short film to discover how to set Toyota Safety Sense in your all-new Toyota Yaris.
Toyota Safety Sense: Toyota C-HR
Watch this short film to discover how to set Toyota Safety Sense in your Toyota C-HR.
Watch this short film to discover how to set Toyota Safety Sense in your Toyota Corolla.
Watch this short film to discover how to set Toyota Safety Sense in your Toyota RAV4.
Toyota Safety Sense: Aygo
Watch this short film to discover how to set TSS in your Toyota Aygo.