The new Toyota ProAce City
 Toyota has announced a range of standard safety systems, including traffic sign recognition, lane keeping assistant and cruise control.
There’s also a "coffee-cup" warning system that recommends the driver take a break on long trips.

The vehicle will also be equipped with an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system fitted with Bluetooth connectivity, as well as the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity software. It can also offer navigation and online functions, including 3D mapping and voice commands.
 Other features on offer include a head-up display that presents the major driving information such as speed and navigation directions.
 A rear-view camera is also available to help with maneuvering in tight spaces, while customers can also choose the Smart Active Vision pack, which uses two cameras and a ceiling-mounted display to show the driver a real-time view behind and beside the vehicle, allowing them to “see” through the metal panels.

 And consumers expecting to take their vehicle across challenging terrain will be able to opt for the Toyota Traction Select system, which is essentially a clever traction control. Using a rotary controller, the driver can choose between Normal, Snow, Sand and All-terrain modes, which re-tune the system to suit the conditions.





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