Rear-end collisions are among the worst – especially if pedestrians or bicyclists are involved. The automatic emergency braking (AEB) can prevent such collisions entirely – or, at the very least, considerably mitigate their impact.

up to

60 km/h

automatic emergency braking can be triggered in order to prevent or mitigate frontal collisions with pedestrians, significantly reducing the injury risk for pedestrians.

Equipping every car in Germany can

almost half the accidents

with cyclists that result in personal injury, or at least mitigate their severity. 1)

1) Bosch Corporate Research



The predictive pedestrian protection system complies with NCAP requirements regarding automatic emergency braking.

can reduce

up to 30 %

of relevant pedestrian accidents 2)

2) Bosch Corporate Research, 2015; data base: USA, Japan