Toyota, Toyota and Acuras are the latest vehicles to have an emergency backup camera in the vehicle.
The automaker is making a statement about safety, as it announced the launch of a backup camera that can detect if a driver has had an accident or is at fault in an accident.
The backup camera is activated by pressing the gas pedal and can be activated from the driver’s seat or in the passenger seat, with the option to use it in conjunction with the standard safety camera that will be in place with the next generation of vehicles.
The vehicle will be available in the United States and Canada starting in 2018.
The company’s new backup camera, called the Autonomous Emergency Backup Camera (AERC), is part of a larger effort to improve safety in the wake of the Toyota Corolla crash.
The car was involved in a fiery crash in September 2015 that killed eight people and left thousands of people in a critical condition.
The crash was the result of driver error.
In 2016, Toyota said it had implemented a new system called an “automated crash investigation system,” or ADAS, that automatically locates the cause of an accident in real time and provides detailed reports on the crash.