How is Advanced Technology Used in Toyota?

Updated on: December 28, 2020

The development of machine technology in the automotive world has continued to develop rapidly since the last decade. Almost all engine technology developed refers to two important approaches, namely efficiency, and performance.

Toyota is one of the world's automotive manufacturers who is very concerned about the need for machines that are not only efficient but can also have impressive performance. All-New Toyota Rush is a car that has advanced features.

Here is some advanced technology in All New Toyota Rush:

  1. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)

VSC is the latest technology that is widely applied to the latest cars. With this feature, Rush becomes easier to control and remains stable, especially when maneuvering around corners. VSC will detect tire slip through various embedded sensors. When a tire slides, the system immediately reduces the engine power output and applies to brake to each wheel as needed.


  1. Secured Hill-Start Assist

The latest generation Rush also has a hill-start assist feature. Its function may be simple, but it is very helpful for drivers who want to move from a stationary position on an incline. Usually, in this condition, the car immediately retreats, due to a pause, due to the shift in the driver's foot from the brake pedal to the gas. To prevent this, the feature activates the brake function for 3 seconds. That long is enough for the driver to move his feet, without causing the car to back down.

  1. Emergency Brake Signal

When the car stops suddenly, the driver usually forgets or doesn't have time to press the emergency light button. As the name suggests, this feature on the All-New Toyota Rush activates the emergency lights automatically. The goal is to inform the driver behind, to anticipate a collision in a row.

  1. Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)

As the name implies, the feature divides the brake grip on each tire as needed. Aims to optimize the braking of the Toyota Rush. You see, various conditions can affect the stopping distance of a vehicle, one of which is when carrying loads (passengers or luggage).

When braking, the point of gravity moves forward. Well, this gravitational force gets bigger when carrying a charge. The system detects a change in conditions; and immediately activates the added traction of the brakes in front, so the car can stop more optimal.

  1. Anti-lock Braking System

The latest Rush braking features anti-lock braking system (ABS) technology. This technology that works electronically helps drivers when experiencing sudden braking or on slippery roads. The goal is to make the car not slip. The way it works, the system controls the on-off braking. There is a pause between each braking, allowing the driver to control the car to avoid a collision.

  1. Brake Assist (BA)

The BA also helps drivers when they stop suddenly, by adding braking force to the new Rush. Even though the driver does not press the pedal deeply, the feature automatically applies the optimal braking.

This feature is very helpful when a driver has an incident. Because they are not ready, often the driver does not have time to hit the brake pedal deeply. This is where BA comes into play. The system can detect a sudden release of the gas pedal, then the brake feature is automatically activated and helps provide maximum braking power.

Saurabh Mukhekar
Saurabh Mukhekar is a Professional Tech Blogger. World Traveler. He is also thinker, maker, life long learner, hybrid developer, edupreneur, mover & shaker. He's captain planet of BlogSaays and seemingly best described in rhyme. Follow Him On Facebook

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