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Toyota Safety Sense

Promoting a safer mobile world is – and always will be – one of Toyota’s top priorities. Through the development of innovative technologies, Toyota remains committed to ongoing safety improvements – a commitment that is recognized with accolades like multiple IIHS Awards.

TSS 2.0 builds on TSS P and consists of six active safety and driver assistance systems:

  1. Pre-Collision System & Vehicle/Pedestrian Detection
  2. Lane Departure Alert
  3. Automatic High Beam
  4. Lane Trace Assist
  5. Full Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

Pre-Collision System & Vehicle/Pededtrian Detection

Provides collision avoidance or collision mitigation support in speed ranges where frontal collisions are likely to occur. For TSS 2.0, PCS is designed to detect bicycles in daytime situations, as well as vehicles and pedestrians in both daytime and low-light situations — helping to prevent or mitigate a collision.

Lane Departure Alert

Alerts you if you start to drift out of your lane when travelling on relatively straight roads with clear lane markings, road edges or curbs. The Steering Assist function may also provide small corrective steering inputs.

Automatic High Beams

Designed to detect oncoming and preceding vehicles’ lights and depending upon the circumstances, Automatic High Beam (AHB) can switch between high and low beams for you.

Lane Trace Assist

LTA is designed to work with Dynamic Radar Cruise Control to keep the vehicle centered in its visibly marked lane and preemptively avoid unintended lane departures. LTA does require the driver’s hands to remain on the steering wheel. Some models equipped with TSS 2.0 will not have the LTA feature. Check your Owner’s Manual for more details.

Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

DRCC can automatically adjust vehicle speed to help maintain a preset following distance between you and the vehicle directly in front of you. Most TSS 2.0 models will feature Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which is designed to allow low-speed following, speed matching, stopping, and acceleration/deceleration to a preceding vehicle. Manual transmission models receive high-speed range DRCC instead of Full-Speed Range DRCC.