Honda introduces next-gen Honda Sensing 360


In a recent press release, Honda has announced the introduction of its next-gen Honda Sensing 360. The Japanese carmaker says that Honda’s suite of safety features will come with new advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies.

The new Honda Sensing 360 will feature an omni-directional sensory range made possible by the integration of inputs from five advanced millimeter-wave radar units around the vehicle in conjunction with a monocular camera.

Honda says that the new Honda Sensing 360 removes blind spots to enhance collision avoidance, while also reducing driver burden.


In addition, Honda explains that the introduction of the new Honda Sensing 360 is the automotive brand’s latest step towards achieving the goal of zero traffic collision fatalities by 2050.

“Honda Sensing 360 represents the next major step in what has already been an industry-leading application of safety and driver-assistive technologies. Honda will continue to advance our technologies to improve safety for everyone sharing the road and play a leading role in realizing a collision-free society,” commented American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Product Planning Assistant Vice President Gary Robinson.

The introduction of the next-gen Honda Sensing 360 is part of a global strategy announced by Honda Motor Co., Ltd., which begins to roll out in China next year. In 2030, Honda will roll out the new Honda Sensing 360 to all Honda and Acura models in the States.

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