Video release – Briefing on Subaru’s efforts to reduce road accidents
(For greater reach of preventive safety technologies)（June 19, 2023）
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.
The EyeSight driver assist system is Subaru’s unique core technology that underpins Subaru’s preventive safety.
On June 20, 2023, Subaru announced the development of EyeSight for manual transmission (MT) vehicles and its introduction in Japan on the Subaru BRZ (Japanese specification models).
On June 19, 2023 in Japan, Subaru held a briefing on EyeSight for MT vehicles, where Subaru engineers talked about:
－ Efforts toward achieving “zero fatal road accidents in 2030”
－ Specific functions of EyeSight for MT vehicles
－ Passive Safety: https://www.subaru.co.jp/topic-en/2023_01_31_144916/
－ Preventive Safety: https://www.subaru.co.jp/topic-en/2022_11_15_203208/
－ Active Safety: https://www.subaru.co.jp/topic-en/2023_05_22_081936/
－ Masaaki Kobayashi, Project General Manager of the Product & Portfolio Planning Division
(Divisions and titles shown above and in the video are as of June 2023.)
Forward-looking statements, including the Company's plans and future strategies mentioned in this video, are made as of June 2023. Please note that these plans and strategies may be updated later and that actual results may vary due to various factors.