Subaru: testing tracks for driving assistance technologies
Subaru is developing technologies to further enhance its EyeSight driving assistance system, which came to the third generation, with the aim of becoming the world's number one brand in term of security.
To meet the targets, the Pleiades carmaker will update the test tracks of the Bifuka Proving Ground complex at Hokkaido's Japanese research and development center, using them to develop advanced technology to support the driver.
The 361-hectare site, created in 1995 for winter snowmobile tests drive, develops high-speed and ride-on courses, as well as test runs and other tests conducted throughout the year.
Subaru will invest approximately 23 million euros in the facility and the start of construction is expected in the second half of the current fiscal year.