Global sales of EyeSight-equipped Subaru vehicles passes one million mark.
Cumulative global sales of Subaru models equipped with its EyeSight driver assist system surpassed one million units in November this year.
EyeSight uses stereo camera technology to provide a driver assist system incorporating features such as adaptive cruise control and pre-collision braking that detects not only cars, but also pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists in the vehicle’s path.
According to research conduced by the company, in Japan alone Subaru vehicles equipped with the EyeSight system had 61% fewer accidents, and 84% fewer rear-end collisions.
EyeSight-equipped Subaru models are currently sold in Japan, U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and China, and will continue to be rolled out to other global markets.