2013 Ford Escape combines the safety features and technologies customers really want, including high-strength steel body and a new system even more intelligent airbag that no other car offers.
Personal Safety System is a network of components that work together to tailor the activation front airbags during frontal collisions. Retaining control module (RCM) translates information collected by the front crash sensors, front seatbelt buckle switch paste, driver-seat track position and passenger seat weight sensor and judges how fast the vehicle is slowing down, and if the driver and / or passengers are buckled.
New for next Ford Escape is pretensioners at the front anchor points and crash-locking paste the tongue. These technologies help pull the belt tight over the hips in a fraction of a second during more severe crashes.
Side airbags ventilation technology that takes into account the size of the occupants, the pressures that small occupants withstand a lower pressure. The new side airbags deploy lower in the pelvic area next to the chest and incorporate new ventilation technology, which brings an exclusive escape for the small SUV segment.
Ventilation tunnel lined with shoulder area residents. In larger passengers, the shoulder involves ventilation and keep out of the vent so that the gas remains in the airbag. In smaller passengers, just the opposite effect: Because the occupants shoulders are under the vent, vent gas out of the airbag.
The driver airbag system uses curve-shaped tether interesting re at the bottom to create a pocket to help reduce the impact of the airbag on the driver's chest and ribs in frontal crash. Deploy at the same time is a driver knee airbag - offered on the Ford Escape for the first time.
2013 Ford Escape also includes Safety Canopy ® System familiar, which combines side curtain airbags and a rollover sensor to help provide protection for passengers paste during side impact.