LAS VEGAS, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp’s safety technology “Guardian” will be available “in the 2020s”, a top executive of the Japanese carmaker’s research and development unit said.
The technology will be offered to other automakers, Gill Pratt, chief executive officer of the Toyota Research Institute, said on Monday.
Pratt made the comment at the annual CES show in Las Vegas.
Guardian goes further than current advanced driving assistance systems on the market today, yet it is not a “hands-off” technology. (Reporting by Alexandria Sage in Las Vegas; Writing by Mary Ann Alapatt in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel)