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Lexus ES: Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians)

Lexus ES (XZ10) Owner's Manual / Driving / Using the driving support systems / Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians)

If the rear camera sensor detects a pedestrian behind the vehicle while backing up and the system determines that the possibility of colliding with the detected pedestrian is high, a buzzer will sound. If the system determines that the possibility of colliding with the detected pedestrian is extremely high, the brakes will be applied automatically to help reduce the impact of the collision.

Examples of system operation

When a pedestrian is detected behind the vehicle while backing up, the brake pedal is not depressed or is depressed late.

Lexus ES. Using the driving support systems

Center Display

Displays a message to urge the driver to take evasive action when a pedestrian is detected in the detection area behind the vehicle. (A message will also be displayed on the multi-information display and head-up display (if equipped).)

Lexus ES. Using the driving support systems

  1. Pedestrian detection icon
  2. Brake reminder

WARNING

■If the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) operates unnecessarily Depress the brake pedal immediately after the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) operates. (Operation of the function is canceled by depressing the brake pedal.)

■In order to correctly use the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) Do not rely solely upon the system.

Depending on the road conditions, vehicle conditions, and weather conditions, etc., the system may not operate. The detection capability of the rear camera is limited. Always drive while confirming the safety of the surroundings of the vehicle.

Also, if the PKSB OFF indicator is flashing or the message indicating that the system is unavailable is displayed over the camera image, the system cannot be used. However, even if the indicator is not flashing or the message is not displayed, do not rely solely upon the system and make sure to always drive while directly confirming the safety of your surroundings.

■Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) will operate when The function will operate when the PKSB OFF indicator is not illuminated or flashing and all of the following conditions are met:

■The Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) will stop operating when

The function will stop operating if any of the following conditions are met:

■Detection area of the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) The detection area of the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) differs from the detection area of the RCD function. Therefore, even if the RCD function detects a pedestrian and provides an alert, the Parking Support Brake function (rear pedestrians) may not start operating.

■Situations in which the system may not operate properly

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