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US: Toyota introducing affordable auto braking safety packs


Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc, the local division of Toyota Motor Corp, the largest automaker in the world, recently announced it would bring low-cost automated braking safety features for US customers. The affordable safety packages will become optional on Toyota and Lexus models before the end of 2017 and the upcoming, new-generation braking system, will be introduced together with the first ...
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