Posted Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 11:01pm
Subaru says EyeSight acts as an extra pair of eyes that try to see accidents before they happen to help prevent them.
Those extra “eyes” are two cameras mounted on the windshield on either side of the inside mirror. The visual images and other data from the cameras are processed by the engine control, transmission control and vehicle dynamics control modules. They then determine when and how to intervene through advanced driver-assistance systems offered by Subaru, including precollision braking, precollision throttle management, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and lane keep assist and sway.