Subaru EyeSight AN EXTRA SET OF EYES ON THE ROAD AND, IF NEED BE, AN EXTRA FOOT ON THE BRAKE WHEN YOU DRIVE.
EyeSight® Driver Assist Technology1 is the culmination of everything Subaru engineers know about safety, and Subaru has sold over 1 million EyeSight-equipped vehicles. Adding confidence to every trip, EyeSight monitors traffic movement, optimizes cruise control, and warns you if you sway outside your lane.
When equipped with EyeSight, all tested 2022 Subaru models receive the highest possible rating for front crash prevention by IIHS. The Pre-Collision Braking feature can even apply full braking force in emergency situations, helping you avoid or reduce frontal impacts.3
The core of the EyeSight system is its set of dual color cameras. Intelligently and unobtrusively placed near the rearview mirror, they scan the road for unanticipated dangers. This advanced system provides extra awareness, safety, and added peace of mind every time you drive. Watch the videos below to see how each component of EyeSight works together to bring you a safer road ahead.
ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
To keep a safe distance from the car in front of you, choose the distance you want to preserve, and EyeSight will automatically adjust your speed to maintain your selected distance.
EYESIGHT LANE KEEP ASSIST
EyeSight monitors your position on the road and will alert you if you stray out of your lane.
Pre-Collision Braking helps you avoid or reduce frontal impacts by alerting you and applying full braking force in emergency situations.
PRE-COLLISION THROTTLE MANAGEMENT
EyeSight detects objects in front of the vehicle that you are likely to hit. It will reduce the power from the engine to help minimize the possible impact force and frontal impact damage.
Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control
Available on select models, Advanced Adaptive Cruise Control lets you choose the distance you want to keep from the car in front of you while also helping you stay safe and centered in your lane.
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.
Episode One: Anne Zacovic
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.
Episode Two: The Orban Family
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.
Episode Three: Rich Wolf
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.
Episode Four: The Combs Family
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.
1 EyeSight is a driver-assist system that may not operate optimally under all driving conditions. The driver is always responsible for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness depends on many factors, such as vehicle maintenance, weather, and road conditions. See Owner’s Manual for complete details on system operation and limitations. Requires automatic transmission.
2 Average annual discount based on countrywide analysis of 2015 model year Subaru with Liberty Mutual insurance quotes from 7/1/14 through 6/30/15.
3 EyeSight is a driver-assist system that may not operate optimally under all driving conditions. The Pre-Collision Braking System is designed to provide automatic braking that either prevents a collision or reduces the severity of a frontal impact. The driver is always responsible for safe and attentive driving. System effectiveness depends on many factors, such as vehicle maintenance, weather, and road conditions. See your owner’s manual for complete details on system operation and limitations.