Perodua is not taking safety lightly and as such, there are plans in place for the Advance Safety Assist to be available in the lower and cheaper variants of Perodua vehicles.
At the moment, the driver assistance system is available in the recently launched Aruz where more than 14,000 units have been booked since January this year, after being debuted in the new Perodua Myvi.
Other vehicles in the Perodua line up includes the Axia, Alza and the Bezza, which do not come equipped with the system.
This implies that either of the three could soon be equipped with the system where its Pre-Collision Braking (also known as Autonomous Emergency Braking) has been reported to reduce minor collisions by up to 53%.
Other features that make up the Advanced Safety Assist includes Pre-Collision Warning, Front Departure Alert and Pedal Misoperation Control.
At the moment, there’s no specific timeline as to when the system will be rolled out in the lower models but Perodua did announced that the company is in the position to introduce an all-new model, along with a facelift model every year.
Judging from previous developments, safe to assume that an updated Bezza is on the way?