Subaru EyeSight Is The Best New Innovation

March 24th, 2023 by

The latest version of the automaker’s EyeSight driver assist safety technology. Subaru’s new EyeSight comes standard on the Outback, Ascent, and Legacy 2023.



Add a pair of eyes to the road and, if necessary, an extra leg for braking while driving. Subaru Canada announced that the latest version of Subaru’s EyeSight safety technology was recently named Best Safety Innovation by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC). EyeSight makes every trip safer, monitors traffic movements, optimizes cruise control, and warns when the vehicle leaves the lane. Subaru has sold over 1 million EyeSight-equipped vehicles. When equipped with EyeSight, all 2022 Subaru models tested received the highest possible rating from the IIHS ( Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) for front-end crash protection. According to AJAC, the next-generation EyeSight features a wide-angle mono camera, making it the best security technology available in vehicles today. The Pre-Collision Braking feature allows full braking in an emergency, helping to avoid or mitigate head-on collisions.


“Subaru has a track record of continuous improvement in active safety systems,” said Graham Heeps, Chair, of AJAC Innovation Awards.


At the heart of the EyeSight system is a two-tone camera. Intelligently and unobtrusively placed near the rearview mirror, it scans the road for unexpected hazards. AJAC members nominated automakers for the Innovation Awards, with finalists selected in each of the three categories. Each automaker selected as a finalist presented its technology virtually to 11 judges. Consisting of Canada’s most knowledgeable and respected journalists who regularly cover automotive technology.



Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control, available on select models, allows the driver to choose the following distance from the vehicle ahead while staying safe and centered in the lane. Lane Keep Assist monitors the position of the vehicle on the road and warns when the automobile leaves its lane. Pre-collision braking helps avoid or mitigate head-on collisions by alerting the driver in an emergency and applying full braking. Pre-Collision Throttle Mgmt detects objects in front of the vehicle that could collide. Reduce engine power to minimize potential impact forces and frontal impact damage. All of these features are now available with the new EyeSight Technology


Vehicles that this Technology will be standard 

The Subaru 2023 Outback, Ascent, and Legacy will have this technology standard. Outback’s proven durability and quality engineering make it dependable for miles and miles and ride after ride. Flexible and powerful, the Ascent can take the whole family on any adventure. Ascent is made in the USA for lasting quality. 96 percent of Subarus sold in the last decade are still on the road. The 2023 Legacy offers all-weather confidence to tackle nearly any road in almost any weather with standard symmetrical all-wheel drive. These vehicles are all equipped with state-of-the-art technology that continues to advance. Subaru is always looking for ways to improve and make their vehicles better and better.


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Come on into Kenny Ross Subaru to experience the Subaru 2023 Outback, Ascent, and Legacy firsthand and see what the future holds with the new EyeSight technology.

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