EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology
On every Subaru you’ll ﬁnd a set of dual color cameras placed unobtrusively near the rearview mirror constantly scanning the road for unanticipated dangers. And for an even wider ﬁeld of vision, select models feature a third camera for better pedestrian and cyclist detection.
Watch the videos below to learn more about the features of EyeSight.
When you’re using cruise control, EyeSight can automatically maintain a safe distance from the car in front of you, and for added reassurance, it can even help you stay centered in your lane.
EyeSight monitors lane markings, and if you begin to drift toward the edge, the system can alert you and even intervene, steering you safely back into your lane.
EyeSight is always scanning the road ahead to help you stay safe. If EyeSight spots potential danger, it can alert you and if needed automatically apply the brakes to help avoid an accident.
When Pre-Collision Braking alone isn’t enough to prevent an accident, EyeSight can engage Automatic Emergency Steering to maneuver you safely around the obstruction in your path.
If EyeSight detects potential danger in your path, it can reduce power to the engine, giving you more time to respond and slow down in a low-speed emergency situation.
EyeSight Stories chronicles the experiences of people whose lives have been changed by Subaru EyeSight. Watch the episodes below to see how this safety feature gives peace of mind to every drive, and an extra layer of safety and convenience wherever you drive.
Meet Anne Zacovic of San Diego, California. She tells a compelling story of how EyeSight saved her from the unthinkable on a routine drive in her Subaru Outback.
Meet Jerry and Susan Orban of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. While skeptical at first, they really began to fully appreciate the peace of mind EyeSight gave them when their daughter, Elise, started learning to drive. Now it’s an extra layer of protection they can’t live without.
Meet Rich Wolf of St. Petersburg, Florida, and find out how much he appreciates EyeSight, for not only its safety features, but also for the added convenience of Adaptive Cruise Control, which makes his long commutes much more pleasant.
Meet Subaru Outback owners Isaac and Katja Combs from Morgantown, West Virginia. They both really appreciate the extra layer of safety and protection it gives them and their newborn bundle of joy.