Presentation video – Briefing on Subaru’s efforts to reduce road accidents
with passive safety technologies (November 30, 2022)
Subaru aims to achieve its goal of “zero fatal road accidents in 2030” (zero fatal road accidents among occupants of Subaru vehicles and people who collided with Subaru vehicles including pedestrians and cyclists) by enhancing primary, active, preventive, passive, and connected safety technologies under its All-Around Safety philosophy.
On November 30, 2022 in Japan, Subaru held a briefing on its efforts to enhance passive safety (collision safety) technology, where Subaru engineers talked about:
- Passive safety measures in Subaru vehicles and what they have achieved
- Efforts toward achieving “zero fatal road accidents in 2030”
- Passive safety measures adopted in the all-new Crosstrek
In addition, the last part of the video shows advancements in preventive safety performance of the all-new Crosstrek which has newly adopted a wide-angle mono camera.
- Presentation video - Briefing on Subaru’s efforts to reduce road accidents with preventive safety technologies (August 31, 2022) (November 15, 2022)
- Kazuki Uejima, Vice President, Senior General Manager of Engineering Div. and General Manager of CTO’s Office
- Toshiya Furukawa, General Manager of Vehicle Safety Development Dept., Engineering Div.
- Yusuke Ando, ADAS Development Dept., Engineering Div.
Forward-looking statements including the Company’s plans and future strategies mentioned in this video are from the briefing held on November 30, 2022. Please note these plans and strategies may be later updated and actual results may vary due to various factors.