Honda Sensing 360 eliminates blind spots, features expanded safety tech

Updated Oct 20, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Upcoming Honda models will be safer than ever.

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. unveiled its new Honda Sensing 360 Omnidirectional Safety and Driver-Assistive System. It is designed to remove blind spots around the vehicle and contribute to collision avoidance with expanded safety technologies.

Honda Sensing 360 print

The Honda Sensing 360 tech uses an array of sensors to help prevent collisions

To eliminate blind spots, the new Honda Sensing 360 is installed with a 360-degree sensor, five units of millimeter-wave radars in front and each corner of the vehicle, and a monocular camera. This is built through the Japanese automaker’s research and development of its Level 3 Autonomous Driving Technologies.

Moreover, the automaker shared five key features of the Honda Sensing 360. These are significant steps for its goal of achieving zero traffic collision fatalities by 2050.

  • Advancement of Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) – assist the driver in the avoidance and mitigation of a collision with another vehicle or pedestrian when making a left or right turn at an intersection
  • Front Cross Traffic Warning – provides audio warnings and visual warnings when the system detects an approaching vehicle at an intersection on a surface street.
  • Lane Change Collision Mitigation – assists the driver to avoid a collision with a vehicle in the adjacent lane approaching from behind when making a lane change. It provides audio and visual warnings, as well as assists steering for safety.
  • Active Lane Change Assist – assists the steering for a lane change when the driver activates the turn signal. This is used when the Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) are activated.
  • Cornering Speed Assist – adjusts the vehicle speed while cornering on an expressway with ACC engaged. It uses the front camera to detect the road curvature and assist the driver to achieve smoother cornering.

Honda's e:N Series models in China

The e:N Series is confirmed to get the Honda Sensing 360 Omnidirectional

Honda said that its Honda Sensing 360 Omnidirectional Safety and Driver-Assistive System will be available on cars in the Chinese market by 2022, with plans for global expansion in all major markets by 2030. And based on our previous report, the new e:N Series will be using the improved driver-assist system in China.

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Know more about Honda


Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) has a total of 10 passenger cars with no commercial vehicle offerings for the local market.

Starting at Php 658,000 the most affordable Honda model in the Philippines is the Honda Brio, while the CR-V is the most expensive model at Php 2,290,000. The current lineup consists of four body types including crossover/SUV, sedan, hatchback, and MPV. Crossover/SUV includes Honda CR-V and Honda HR-V. As for the sedan models, HCPI offers the Honda City and Honda Civic. Moving to hatchbacks, there's the Honda Brio and Honda City Hatchback. Last but not the least is the Honda BR-V is classed as an MPV. 

At, we provide you with the most up-to-date Honda Cars Philippines price list, along with promotions from all dealers, the best monthly installment program, prepaid, and cash discount on the Philippine market.

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Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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