Toyota C-HR Teardown: ADAS (Advanced driver-assistance system)

Toyota Safety Sense P adopts millimeter-wave radar and single lens camera system

2018/04/12

Summary

Toyota C-HR Teardown Analysis

The C-HR launched in December 14, 2016 is Toyota's global strategic SUV car. It adopts the short wheelbase platform from the new TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) C-platform, which has been adopted since the 4th generation Prius was launched in April 2015. Safety features include SRS airbags, SRS side airbags, and SRS curtain shield airbags as standard features on all models, and a number of active safety features such as collision damage mitigation braking as part of the Toyota Safety Sense P package also featured as standard equipment on all models.

This teardown analysis report presents the electronic components equipped on the C-HR, focusing mainly on the active safety components, and introduces the latest ADAS features.

This Toyota C-HR teardown analysis report was conducted in January 2018 as part of the benchmarking activities of the Hiroshima Industrial Promotion Organization. MarkLines Co., Ltd. has an exclusive agreement with the Hiroshima Industrial Promotion Organization for the publication rights and sale of its benchmarking reports.

 

Previous teardown reports
4th-Generation Toyota Prius
Powertrain units miniaturized and lightened to achieve 40km/liter fuel economy(Feb. 2016)
New TNGA platform enhances dynamic performance; advanced aerodynamics and chassis technologies(Mar. 2016)
Body structure based on TNGA, sound insulating, absorbing and damping technologies(Apr. 2016)
Photographs of TNGA parts/components and a list of parts suppliers(May 2016)
BMW i3
 Battery System (Apr. 2017)
 CFRP Life Module Vehicle Structure (Apr. 2017)
 Aluminum chassis frame (Oct. 2017)
Toyota's Flagship Sedan
(Part 1) 2.5-liter V6 engine "4GR-FSE"(May 2016)
(Part 2) Chassis technology for high-end rear-wheel drive cars common to Toyota and Lexus vehicles(May 2016)
(Part 3) High-rigidity body structure for crash safety, handling stability, and quietness(Sep. 2016)
(Part 4) Photographs of 203 parts and a list of suppliers(Oct. 2016)
Daihatsu Move (Feb.-Mar. 2015)
(Part 1) Suppliers list, chassis, seats, and electrical components
(Part 2) Turbo engine and CVT with 3-shaft gear train has lightweight and compact design
(Part 3) Rigid body improves impact safety, handling, riding comfort and quietness
Nissan Serena
ProPILOT autonomous driving technology(Mar. 2017)
Volkswagen Passat
1.4L turbo-gasoline engine(Oct. 2016)