The evolution of the driving assistance systems they will not take us to a vehicle that can handle, regardless of man. But, as there is still a long way to achieve this, there are engineers who are still determined to improve the person's face skill.
This is surprising ClearSight (clear view) Land Rover, a system that allows the driver to see the ground passing through the hood and engine.
Range Rover Evoque 2019.
It's not something magical or chemical compound. The British brand uses it radars and cameras so that in some ways the driver can see the subject.
To accomplish this, he uses a camera that is in the front of the new one Range Rover Evoque and two that are placed on the side mirrors, one on each side. And it is transmitted all and in real time on a screen located in the center console.
As seen in the images, the quality of the resolution of the transmitted image is very high and projects how to use a wide-angle lens.
This system has many benefits. One of the biggest drawbacks of SUVs is their poor visibility just ahead of the front sector, due to the height of its trunk.
The system allows you to see everything under it, even if you have a child or an animal.
The field of view of the driver's ClearSight starts at a height of 1.2 meters wide mirrors on each side of the vehicle and extends up to 8.5 meters forward, where the width of the eyes reaches 15 meters.
This system can provide great assistance when traveling through a complicated terrain, where you see many times exactly where you stop the vehicle. The aforementioned, in the practice of off-road, is to get out of the vehicle before any complex obstacle to make sure where we go. This technology would not be necessary.
This system helps a lot to know where we are heading for the vehicle.
On the other hand, what this technology transmits is not a simulation. That's to say that If a child starts playing under the vehicle or has an animal, we will see them. Its operation is available up to 30 km / h.
Land Rover first showed ClearSight 2014, but mounted on the prototype and still in the development phase. The new generation Evoque has already made it available in its range.
But it also carries another device that uses it increased reality, although in this case it is to be seen backwards. That is intelligent rearview mirror, which can function as such or as a screen that transmits images.
This would be a normal vision if we carried a very large item in the trunk.
It is complemented by a camera that is located in the back part that it offers a much wider field of view, up to 50 degrees, compared to 25 degrees of conventional mirror.
This allows us to continue to see what is happening behind the vehicle, even when we carry large items in the trunk that will normally obstruct our view.
ClearSight can be seen even with the hull at the top.
According to the brand, the camera is at an angle that would avoid producing a flashlight from another vehicle's lights and is covered with water-repellent hydrophobic films.
The camera offers a visual field twice as wide as a conventional mirror.
The new one Range Rover Evoque It was recently presented in Europe and started with a style that is similar to that of the largest and most luxurious British brand vehicles.
The new Range Rover Evoque now looks more like a larger and more luxurious brand of vehicles.
It is built on new platform which gives it greater rigidity and includes a wide range of engines, front or integrated traction versions and 6-speed manual or 9-speed automatic gearboxes.
It is not yet confirmed when this model will reach our market.
Versions that carry this last transmission can be supplemented with 48 volt electrical system, which includes a small electric motor that does not push the wheels of the vehicles, but it is itself responsible for supplying electricity to most systems.