Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA)

The Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) system, when active, utilises the front radar sensor and windshield mounted camera to detect and monitor vehicles and pedestrians in front of the vehicle. If a potential collision is detected, the systems Forward Collision Warning (FCW) function will sound an audible warning chime and display a visual warning in the Supervision cluster. FCW is active above speeds of 8km/h, up to speeds of 64km/h (pedestrians) and 160km/h (vehicles).

Additionally, Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) works in conjunction with FCW to automatically apply the vehicle’s brakes in the case of a potential collision (where no driver intervention is detected after a FCW system warning). FCA is active above speeds of approximately 8km/h, and will attempt to bring the vehicle to a complete stop if activated up to speeds of 64 km/h (pedestrians) or 75 km/h (vehicles). Between speeds of 75 – 160 km/h, when activated, FCA will slow down the vehicle in order to reduce the severity of the collision.

These features are standard on Active with Safety Pack, Elite and Highlander variants.