The 2013 Subaru Outback is the debut of new Subaru, which is equipped with a new Eyesight driver-assist system, and combined with the Adaptive Cruise Control, Vehicle Lane Departure Warning, and Pre-Collision Braking. This project is said to be one of the most affordable technology that ever existed in the American market. Eyesight using a stereo camera design that was developed by Subaru to give a wider angle of detection than the radar-based system.
The Eyesight system processes stereo images to identify the vehicles traveling in front, as well as obstacles, traffic lanes and other items. Eyesight is capable of detecting pedestrians or objects in the vehicle’s path and can activate in order to mitigate or even avoid the collision. Under certain circumstances, Eyesight is able to bring the car to a complete stop.
The 2013 Subaru Outback is the first crossover that features a factory standard with foldable roof crossbars. Subaru Outback has a new design that allows the rear crossbar was moved to the rear for carrying longer items. The distance between the front and rear bars more enhanced than standard features 29.9 inches to 39.7 inches. This enhancement, made as a direct result of Outback owner feedback, allows greater ease in carrying longer items like kayaks and other outdoor gear on the already easy-to-use roof rack system.
The 2013 Subaru Outback has a Brake Override system ensures that engine power will be cut when both the brake and accelerator are pressed simultaneously.
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