Toyota Motor Corp showcased its automated safety technology “Guardian” as well as its full self-driving system – the “Chauffeur” at the annual CES at Las Vegas.
As per a statement from Toyota Research Institute’s chief executive Gill Pratt, the carmaker’s automated safety technology “Guardian” will feature in its model “in the 2020s”.
Pratt disclosed this info at the annual CES global technology conference in Las Vegas.
Although the model is more limited than Toyota’s full self-driving system, the “Chauffeur”, however, “the car if it needed to could drive itself,” said Pratt after a news conference at CES.
He went on to add, Toyota’s “Chauffeur” technology will offered to other automakers.
As per Ryan Eustice, senior vice president of automated driving at Toyota Research Institute, the Guardian is “a super advanced driver assistance”.