Toyota has unveiled its second-generation Safety Technology Package, Safety Sense.

Safety Sense is Toyota’s active driver assistance system to be featured in select Toyota models, beginning in mid-2018. This suite comprises of new safety technologies focuses on three categories related to accident prevention: frontal collisions, lane departure, and nighttime driving.

Its latest, updated pre-collision system is now able to detect pedestrians in front of a vehicle both day and night, with bicyclist detection during the day, enabling deceleration. The range of speed in which Safety Sense can detect them is 6 to 49 mph, the same numbers as the previous iteration.

Secondly, updated lane departure alerts will now come with road edge detection, which provides navigational guidance for unstructured roads by outlining the edges. The third system, the all-new Road Sign Assist, displays road sign information on the dashboard and head-up displays using an onboard camera with support depending on the region (U.S., Japan, or Europe).

“At Toyota, we are committed to making high-level driver assistance systems more widely available and even more affordable across a broader range of our vehicles,” said Chris Nielsen, executive vice president of product support and chief quality officer of Toyota Motor North America. “The second generation of Toyota Safety Sense takes our industry-leading suite of safety technologies to the next level, delivering new advanced and intuitive protections that are another step toward a future without traffic injuries or fatalities.”

Other new features include Lane Tracing Assist and updated Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. Dynamic cruise control keeps distances between vehicles, adjusting vehicle speed automatically based on the speed of other cars.  Now, acceleration and deacceleration are possible without resetting cruise control, the case with older technologies.

No word yet on which models will see the new Safety Technology Package as a standard offering.

First introduced in 2015, Toyota’s Safety Sense was developed to differentiate Toyota’s safety features from its rivals, establish building-block technology for self-driving cars, and to focus more on active systems from passive systems such as seat belts. That year saw two systems, the C, and the P, released, with dedicated options for compact cars and midsize/luxury vehicles, respectively.