Subaru's EyeSight Driver Assist Technology is the culmination of everything Subaru engineers know about safety. It gives drivers an extra set of eyes on the road and, if need be, an extra foot on the brake. That extra foot is Subaru's Reverse Automatic Braking system.
Reverse Automatic Braking works to detect objects directly behind your Subaru, when backing at a low speed. Using four ultra-sonic sensors installed in the rear bumper, the system detects objects behind the vehicle and can even bring the vehicle to a stop.
Joe Glenn, from Ferguson Subaru, put his full trust in Subaru. He demonstrated the Reverse Automatic Braking system on a new 2017 Subaru Impreza by standing directly behind the vehicle, while in reverse. Watch Subaru's Reverse Automatic Braking in action, below!
Subaru's Reverse Automatic Braking system provides drivers with greater safety and peace of mind when reversing. As you can see from the video, Subaru's Reverse Automatic Braking system did the job perfectly, keeping Joe safe and unharmed.
Subaru's Reverse Automatic Braking is just one of many power additions to Subaru's suite of advanced Eyesight safety technologies. Eyesight technologies have helped Subaru's lineup of 2016 and 2017 models receive the highest possible rating for front crash prevention from IIHS.
If you have any questions about the Reverse Automatic Braking system, Subaru's Eyesight technology, or any other Subaru related questions give Joe Glenn at call at 918-258-1800, or stop by Ferguson Subaru in Broken Arrow, OK. Ferguson Subaru is Oklahoma's number one Subaru dealer.