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Toyota developing new brake-assist and automatic braking systems


Toyota is developing two pre-crash safety systems meant to help prevent high-speed collisions and pedal-misapplication accident. The Japanese carmaker said the technology will soon be premiered on a high-end Toyota-brand sedan. Within two to three years, the features are expected to equip mid-sized and compact cars, according to Seigo Kuzumaki, Toyota's assistant chief safety technology officer, quoted by Automotive News. Toyota ...
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