The Subaru LEVORG Crossover SUV has been recognized as a 5-star recipient of the coveted Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Program). The European-spec Subaru Levorg has won the highest five-star overall rating in the 2016 Euro NCAP safety performance test.
The Euro NCAP evaluates “Adult Occupant Protection”, “Child Occupant Protection”, “Pedestrian Protection” and “Safety Assist”. In its 2016 safety performance assessment, a new test that checks how well vehicles autonomously detect and prevent collisions with pedestrians has been introduced. EyeSight-equipped Levorg capable of detecting pedestrians showed good performance in the new test. This is the fifth time that Subaru has been honored with the prestigious five star rating from Euro NCAP following the 2009 rating for the Legacy, 2011 rating for the Subaru XV, 2012 rating for the Forester and 2014 rating for the Outback.
EyeSight has earned outstanding ratings for its preventive safety performance from third-party organizations. Subaru vehicles incorporating EyeSight were awarded the highest possible “superior” rating in tests assessing the performance of front crash prevention systems as part of the 2016 safety assessment conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS; a nonprofit organization supported by auto insurers in the US). In Japan, EyeSight-equipped vehicles were awarded the highest possible JNCAP ASV+ rating in the preventive safety performance assessment conducted by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, and the National Agency for Automotive Safety & Victims’ Aid.
The EyeSight is the first driver assist system ever to use only stereo cameras to detect the objects such as vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Since its Japanese debut in May 2008, features available on this system have been highly praised; they include pre-collision braking control and all-speed range adaptive cruise control tracking function. Subaru keeps offering substantially enhanced preventive safety performance to more customers by expanding the EyeSight driver assist technology to Japan, Australia, North America and Europe.