Ford Co-Pilot360 Adds More Standard Safety Features
This year Ford is introducing Co-Pilot360, an advanced suite of standard driver-assist technologies, including automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot information system, lane keep system, rear backup camera and auto high beam lighting. The goal is to help Ford customers drive safely and confidently, no matter what type of vehicle they drive.
The introduction of Co-Pilot360 gives Ford the most advanced suite of standard driver-assist features of any full-line automaker. Ford Co-Pilot360 will help people around the world travel more safely, especially as roads become more congested and driver distractions remain a big safety issue.
Beginning in the fall, Ford will roll out Co-Pilot360 to all of its passenger cars, SUVs and trucks up to the F-150 in North America, starting with the all-new 2019 Ford Edge and Edge ST SUVs.
There will also be additional premium driver-assist technologies available in Ford vehicles, such as adaptive cruise control with stop and go and lane centering, evasive steering assist and post-collision braking. New ford 2019 is available reverse brake assist with automatic emergency braking to prevent drivers from hitting an object while backing up.
“Though our vehicles today are safer than ever, drivers tell us they are still stressed about getting in a potential accident,” said Jim Farley, Ford president, Global Markets. “That’s one reason why we’re making these must-have technologies accessible to millions of customers each year.”
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Source: Ford Media Center