How Does Toyota Lane Tracing Assist Work?
Award-winning safety is a hallmark of the Toyota brand and Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 is a big reason why Toyota models have earned nine IIHS Top Safety Picks in the past year. Lane Tracing Assist is an innovative safety feature that will upgrade your family’s safety and many drivers want to know – how does Toyota Lane Tracing Assist work? Find out how Toyota Lane Tracing Assist will improve your safety in the 2020 Toyota RAV4 at Downeast Toyota!
What is Toyota Lane Tracing Assist and What Does it Do?
Toyota Lane Tracing Assist is an aspect of the Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 suite of safety systems and works in tandem with Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. Lane Tracing Assist employs a suite of sensors and cameras to keep your Toyota car, truck or crossover centered in your lane when you employ Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. With this system in place, it will reduce driver strain, increase convenience and make your day-to-day commute safer.
A forward-facing camera is the primary element of the Lane Tracing Assist safety feature that will monitor the lane markings and the vehicle in front of you. Your vehicle position will be displayed on the Toyota Multi-Information Display. The camera pairs with an innovative system that will apply automatic steering adjustments to keep you and your Toyota RAV4 centered in your lane. Toyota Lane Tracing Assist requires your hands on the steering wheel and does not function as an autopilot system.
How does Toyota Lane Tracing Assist work? Find out how the innovative Lane Tracing Assist feature and the rest of the Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 suite of systems will help keep you and your family safe on your next adventure. Find a Toyota car, truck or crossover equipped with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 today when you visit the Downeast Toyota inventory!