Toyota Bird’s Eye View Camera
Visibility is important when it comes to driving. That’s why more and more, modern cars are utilizing technology like rearview cameras in addition to mirrors and windows to provide better visibility on the road. Toyota, however, is taking it one step further with the Bird’s Eye View Camera System. This camera allows drivers to see their vehicle from an aerial view from the top of their vehicle, so they can have a 360-degree view of the area all around their vehicle – no blind spots, thus reducing the risk of an accident.
Current vehicles in Toyota’s lineup that offer the Bird’s Eye View Camera include the 2017 Toyota Highlander and Toyota RAV4, both known for their capable prowess and adventurous spirit. When you’re looking for a great road trip vehicle, it’s important to look out for features that can help protect you when you drive long distances and are far away from home. A feature like the Bird’s Eye View Camera can help.
The Bird’s Eye View Camera is built into the Park Assist feature. When you’re backing up or parallel parking, all you have to do is select the camera from the Park Assist screen. Using four different cameras located on the front, rear, and side mirrors, you can easily get a good look at your surroundings while maneuvering your Toyota vehicle. This system can work in tandem with Perimeter Scan and parking sensors to let you know when you’re getting too close to another vehicle or some other obstacle.
In addition to giving you a 360-degree view of the area around your car, Toyota’s Bird’s Eye View Camera also allows you to toggle the cameras individually, giving you glimpses of your surroundings from specific angles including Side-View, See-Through View, and Moving View.
Experience the Bird’s Eye View Camera System today by coming to Cain Toyota and test-driving a vehicle equipped with the feature, such as the 2017 RAV4 or Highlander.