ALL-NEW OUTLANDER SAFETY

The all-new OUTLANDER provides cutting-edge safety systems and passenger protection, so you can fully enjoy each drive.

ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL [ACC]

Keeping a distance from the vehicle in front

ACC maintains a selected distance between your vehicle and the car ahead via radar and camera and can even automatically come to a complete stop. The Stop & Go function can automatically resume ACC from a stop, which is useful in traffic jams on highways.

ACTIVE BLIND SPOT ASSIST [ABSA]

Automatically checking your blind spots

BSW Blind Spot Warning (BSW),

Lane Departure Warning (LDW)

Ultrasonic Mis acceleration Mitigation System (UMS)

Rear Cross Traffic Alert

(RCTA)

REAR AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKE [REAR AEB]

Preventing you from reversing into objects

A sonar in the rear bumper detects whether there are any obstacles, such as car park barriers. If there is anything there, you’ll get an audible warning and the brakes are automatically applied.

DRIVER ATTENTION ALERT [DAA]*

Helping to keep a watchful eye over you

If you’ve been driving for a long time, your attention span can dip. This system monitors your steering. If it detects any lack of concentration, it suggests you take a break by giving you an audible and visible warning on the dashboard.

 

* This feature only activates within a limited speed and specific obstacles.

11 SRS AIRBAG SYSTEM*

A Little Extra Peace of Mind

To help reducing occupant’s injury in the event of a collision, the Outlander has a best-in-class 7-airbag system. Front airbags, front knee airbags, front side airbags, 2nd-row curtain airbags help protect you and your passengers in the event of a collision.

*Airbags are part of a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS). To decrease the risk of injury from a deploying airbag, always fasten your seat belt, sit upright in the middle of the seat and do not lean against the door. Always place children 12 and under in the rear seat if possible and use appropriate child restraints. If using a belt-fixed rear-facing infant restraint in the front seat, activate the SRS airbag cut-off switch. Please see the owner's manual and the instructions provided with your child restraint for additional Information.

 

HEAD UP DISPLAY (HUD)

More ways to stay informed

A new 10.8-inch, full-color head up display (HUD) is positioned on the windshield. It means you can keep your eyes on the road ahead and get easy visibility of important notifications, such as the car's speed, distance to the car in front and customizable options for audio and navigation.

PARKING ASSIST

Reverse auto-tilt door mirrors

The door mirrors have an auto-tilt function that activates when the OUTLANDER is put in reverse. The mirror surface rotates away from the vehicle and towards the ground. It means the driver can see both the parking lines and around the vehicle at the same time, making parking much easier.

MULTI AROUND MONITOR

Moving Object Detection helps you reverse safely

The Multi-Around Monitor uses digital cameras mounted around the OUTLANDER keep an eye on those hard-to-see areas. It also creates a bird's-eye visual of the vehicle from above, helping you orientate yourself and park more safely. The Multi-Around Monitor now features Moving Object Detection, which tells you if there are any people nearby.

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To learn about all the technology on board the all-new Outlander, go to Technology.