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Toyota, one of the biggest car manufacturer, announced today the development of the SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) rear window curtain shield airbag, a new safety method that protects the heads of the rear passengers in case of a rear-end collision.



So how does this work? When needed, the new system deploys from roof lining above the rear window like a curtain barrier, and together with the headrests it minimizes the impact to the head helping to reduce the injuries. The new system will debut on the new Toyota iQ, an ultra-compact four-seater that will be launched soon!

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Toyota presents the SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) curtain shield airbag

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