Few automakers can boast the level of innovation and comprehensiveness of Honda’s safety technologies. From active and passive safety tech that can be found in its vehicles today to the advanced research currently taking place, Honda is top of the line.
Honda has a host of active safety features to help respond to potential crash situations. The Lane Keep Assist System prevents the driver from swerving into other lanes, while Vehicle Stability Assist helps drivers stay on the road in bad weather conditions. The City-Brake Active System even assists with braking at speeds under 20 mph if it senses another vehicle in front. These are just a few of the many helpful crash prevention technologies in Honda vehicles.
There’s plenty going on with the passive side as well. In the event of a crash, Honda vehicles have the i-SRS airbag system, a continuously staged inflation type of airbag that maximizes its effectiveness, as well as side curtain airbags a Crash-compatibility Body. Honda also provides HELPNET Emergency Notification Service to get help as fast as possible.
Right now, Honda is testing Driving Safety Support systems that give continuous surrounding traffic feedback and testing vehicles’ effects on industry-first pedestrian crash test dummies.