Toyota Motor Corporation has launched the 2017 Toyota Prius C in the United States. More security element and a more sporty style of the new model this year. As reported by Autoblog, Toyota Prius C is now imported by default, with the driver assistance technology, Toyota Safety Sense C (TSS-C) for all classes of models. TSS-C system ever offered for selection for the two classes Prius C for 2016, including the Pre-Collision System (PCS), Lane Departure Assist and Automatic High Beam.
Toyota plans to uniform the automatic emergency brake for all models by the end of 2017. This puts Toyota and Lexus the next four years for the models made in 2022 were targeted by the industry when it was announced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
This 2017 Toyota Prius C can run at speeds of about 11 to 137 km / h, using a camera and a laser beam to detect a vehicle ahead. The PCS braking system can provide additional brake pressure using Brake Assistance (BA). If the driver fails to brake in time, the system will automatically braking, to help reduce the speed of about of approximately 30 km / h to reduce the impact, and all efforts to avoid collisions. Automatic brake operating environment for at least 80% of rear collision (approximately 10 to 80 km / h).