Lexus Standardizes Safety Tech Across 2020 Lineup
Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus unit is standardizing its "Safety System+" suite of technologies across all 2020 cars and SUV/crossovers sold in the U.S.
The package includes pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert, automatic high-beam headlights and adaptive cruise control.
If the pre-crash system detects a potential collision with another vehicle or pedestrian, it sounds an alert and readies the brakes for increased response. When necessary, the brakes are automatically applied and can bring a vehicle to a complete stop in some cases.
Chinese electric-car startup Nio Inc. is forming a manufacturing joint venture with Beijing E-Town International Investment and Development Co., which is investing 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) in the business.
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Although the RAV4 has plenty of heritage in the small crossover segment, competition has gotten a whole lot tougher, so Toyota has made significant changes to the fourth-generation model.