Subaru Levorg Becomes Safer With Standard EyeSight Across The Range

Subaru’s advanced collision avoidance technology has been added to every Levorg ordered in the United Kingdom from now on, at no extra cost.

By combining the Pre-Collision Braking, Pre-Collision Throttle Management, Pre-collision Steering Assist, Lead Vehicle Start Alert, Lane Departure Warning & Sway Warning, and Adaptive Cruise Control, the system, known as EyeSight functions “purely optically” as the automaker explains, having two camera lenses mounted on both sides of the rearview mirror which create a stereoscopic image.

Subaru says that this is so reliable that it has the ability to spot pedestrians in un-lit areas, wearing dark clothes and, if needed, it can automatically stop the car. The emergency braking can completely avoid accidents at speeds of up to 28 mph (45 km/h), with the collision severity able to be reduced at higher speeds.

In fact, the EyeSight is said to be so efficient that a survey conducted on Subaru vehicles in Japan, from 2010 to 2014, revealed a 61 percent reduction in crashes for cars equipped with the system compared to those that lacked it.

PHOTO GALLERY

Cadillac Confirms 2020 CT4-V and CT5-V Will Premiere On May 30

Both the Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V will pump out in excess of 450 hp from boosted V6 and V8 engines.

Ferrari’s 1,000 PS Hybrid Supercar Spotted A Week Before Its Official Unveiling

These are the first spy shots of an actual prototype of Ferrari’s 1,000 PS hybrid supercar.

BMW E-Scooter Offers 7.5-Mile Range, Goes 12 MPH For $895

The BMW E-Scooter is powered by a 150-watt electric motor attached to the rear wheel.

Ford And Agility Robotics Looking To Reshape How Deliveries Are Being Made

Digit is a two-legged robot capable of lifting packages that weigh up to 40 lbs.

Recall Alert: The Driver Airbag In Your 2019 Honda CR-V Could Deploy Unexpectedly

The issue has led to three alleged injuries and has made Honda prompt a recall.

Carlos Ghosn Appears In Japanese Court For Pre-Trial Hearings

Carlos Ghosn could face up to 15 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

Brabham To Follow Up BT62 With Street-Legal Supercar

The new Brabham will be more approachable, and affordable, than the track-only BT62.

FCA Will Invest $4 Billion In Brazil To Regain Market Share

Fiat was once the highest-selling automaker in Brazil but now sits in third place.

McLaren Admits Avalanche Of Blunders Cost It Dearly At Indy

Showing up without a steering wheel (!) for the first test was the start of their many issues.

Concrete Barrier Saves Cammer From Inbound Out-Of-Control Truck

The truck driver begun losing control for no obvious reason before sliding towards the median.