Honda Sensing® Technologies
The FCW system is designed to detect the presence of the vehicles in front of you and issue audible, visual and tactile alerts if you’re approaching with too much speed. If you fail to respond, CMBS® is triggered into operation.
To help reduce the likelihood or severity of a frontal impact, the CMBS® is engineered to apply light brake pressure if you don’t respond to FCW system alerts. If it still senses an imminent collision, CMBS® is designed to brake firmly.
The LDW system is designed to monitor vehicle lane position and alert you if your vehicle drifts into a newly detected lane when you haven’t singled.
The LKAS is engineered to gently correct your steering if you begin to leave a detected lane without signalling, applying torque progressively to the steering to help guide you back to the centre of the lane.
The RDM system is designed to help steer and even apply brake pressure if it detects that your vehicle may leave the road.
The ACC system with Low-Speed Follow is designed to keep a set speed and set following interval behind the vehicle detected directly ahead of yours, including the ability to start and stop the vehicle with the flow of traffic.
With the traffic sign recognition system, the Civic uses the monocular camera to detect traffic signs before you do, keeping you informed on the Driver Information Interface.