For the 2019 ES mid-size sedan, Lexus is trading in traditional side mirrors for digital cameras.
The cameras transmit their images onto five-inch displays positioned inside the cabin at the base of the A-pillars.
With Lexus's "Digital Outer Mirrors", the typical glass mirror pods are replaced by rear-facing digital cameras.
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The system automatically enhances the corresponding area - left, right or behind - when the turn signals are activated, or when the transmission is put into reverse.
Here in the US, the technology has yet to be made legal, though vehicles are already being sold with video screens that replace the center rearview mirror.
The wing mirrors are replaced with small cameras mounted on the outside of the vehicle, with small screens displaying the feed from these cameras on the inside.
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According to Lexus, they also give the driver an expanded view of the car's surrounding area by augmenting the display during cornering or reversing.
Digital screens mounted on the insides of the door provide the driver with a view that can be enhanced at night, and the field of vision can be adjusted as needed.
The digital mirrors will make their debut on the all-new ES, which is expected to go on sale in Japan in October, following its launch in Thailand and the United States.
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