Lexus will start offering Digital Outer Mirrors, and the first auto to get it will be the new ES saloon.
The digital mirrors will make their debut on the all-new ES, which is expected to go on sale in Japan in October, following its launch in Thailand and the United States. However, Lexus' new camera system will only be available in the Japanese market for the ES 300h version L.
Lexus will offer the world's first* Digital Outer Mirrors to be equipped on a mass-produced vehicle.
The next Lexus ES will no longer have conventional side mirrors, and in their place will instead employ cameras that project the rear-facing image onto small screens located on the inside A-pillars. The cameras automatically shift their focus to the appropriate area when the driver activates their turn signals or puts the auto in reverse.
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Lexus claims that the system results not only in improved visibility, but also in reduced wind noise.
The wing mirrors are replaced with small cameras mounted on the outside of the vehicle, with small screens displaying the feed from these cameras on the inside.
The development of cars without conventional side view mirrors has been proposed for some time now due to their number of advantages.
Although regulations do not permit the technology in the US, it is legal in Europe, where Audi plans to introduce it as an option the automaker's upcoming all-electric E-Tron SUV.