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Auto Emergency Braking (AEB)

Auto Emergency Braking (AEB) is a vehicle safety technology has the potential to prevent a crash or reduce the impact speed of a crash.

AEB can:

  • Alert the driver to an imminent crash and help them use the maximum braking capacity of the car and
  • Apply the brakes independently of the driver if the situation becomes critical


It is important to note that AEB systems are designed to support the driver only in emergency situations and that the driver remains responsible for the vehicle at all times.

AEB systems use sensors, radar, laser or cameras to monitor for risk and detect potential collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians or hazards.

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