Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) continues to expand its leading Aftermarket Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) program. ADAS in vehicles today is already helping to save lives and prevent injuries. Minimizing human error has been identified as a key factor in reducing the number of vehicle collisions resulting in serious injuries and fatalities. Standard is dedicated to continuously adding new product categories and late model applications to meet industry demand.
Standard ADAS components are direct fit replacement parts, designed to match the damaged or failed OE units they replace. This ensures proper integration with the vehicle’s electronic safety systems. Standard goes to great lengths in the quality testing and product validation processes to deliver precision performance.
Standard’s ADAS product line includes parking assist cameras and sensors, cruise control detection sensors, blind spot detection sensors, lane departure system cameras and crash sensors. steering angle for a full range of ADAS components. Standard’s ADAS program includes more than 550 part numbers and represents more than 800 million repair opportunities for gasoline, electric and hybrid vehicles, domestic and import.
Recently released ADAS components cover an additional 44.5 million vehicles in service. New blind-spot detection sensors are now available for nearly 5.8 million Ford and Lincoln vehicles, including the 2020-19 Ford Ranger, 2021-20 Ford Explorer and 2021-18 Lincoln Navigator. Many cruise control distance sensors have also been added for Ford and Lincoln vehicles, including the 2020-18 F-150 and 2020-18 Expedition. Additionally, Lane Departure System cameras were introduced for the 2018-16 Lincoln MKX and 2021-20 Ford Escape.
Parking assistance cameras are an important part of the latest ADAS versions. The new coverage provides 11.3 million additional repair opportunities. Popular applications include the 2019-16 Nissan Rogue, 2018-16 Toyota RAV4, and 2014-12 and 2011-09 Toyota Camry. Additionally, parking assist sensors have been added for more than 2 million General Motors vehicles and 2.7 million Audi and Volkswagen vehicles, among others. Finally, more than 6 million Nissan, General Motors and Mitsubishi vehicles will benefit from the introduction of new steering angle sensors.
“Advanced driver assistance systems are integral to the safety of drivers and their families. Standard is committed to regularly introducing and releasing new SKUs to maintain a comprehensive ADAS program,” said John Herc, vice president of engine management marketing, SMP.
All new Standard ADAS products are listed in the eCatalog available at StandardBrand.com and eCatalog vendors.