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Autonomous emergency braking will become accepted on all new cars in Australia from August 2025. Here’s every archetypal accessible today that lacks the technology.

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Earlier this week, the dotted band was alive on Australian Architecture Rules 98/00 and 98/01, two new elements of legislation that will authorization the admittance of free emergency braking on all new cars, SUVs and ablaze bartering cartage (below 3.5 tonnes gross agent mass).

Abbreviated to AEB, free emergency braking – which uses alarm to ascertain the ambit to an article in front, and administer the brakes if the arrangement detects an approaching blow – has been formed out above best new cars over the aftermost decade.

The regulations will crave car-to-car AEB in newly-introduced models from 1 March 2023, and all cartage on auction (regardless of age) from 1 March 2025. This will aggrandize to accommodate banal apprehension (car-to-pedestrian AEB) on 1 August 2024 and 2026 for newly-introduced and absolute cartage respectively.

The aboriginal set of dates is hardly abaft that of Europe, which will crave the technology in newly-introduced models from July 2022, and all new cars from July 2024.

While free emergency braking is accepted on best new cars – with an accretion cardinal rolling it out above their absolute ranges (rather than aloof added big-ticket variants), and others switching it from alternative to accepted – there are still abundant cartage that can’t be had with the technology at all. Here’s a list.

AEB: Not accessible on any variant, as accepted or alternative accessories

Abarth 595/Fiat 500

Introduced beyond in 2007, the Fiat 500 – and its Abarth 595 accompanying – abridgement all forms of alive assurance technology. However, with a new-generation electric 500 now on auction in Europe, it’s awful acceptable these models will be discontinued afore ADR 98/00 comes into force for absolute cartage in 2025.

Aston Martin DB11, Vantage and DBS

Aston Martin’s official abstracts accomplish no acknowledgment of free emergency braking for the DB11, Vantage and DBS – alien amid 2016 and 2018 – with the technology not alike accessible as an option, as per added alien car manufacturers.

These cartage are all slated for above facelifts over the abutting 12 months, which could conductor in alive assurance technology to addition their blast blockage accreditation – admitting this is yet to be confirmed.

Audi TT

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Following the axing of the R8 supercar, the TT auto is the aftermost Audi Australia archetypal not accessible with AEB, alike on the $137,900 TT RS range-topper – an absorbing omission, accustomed a base-model adaptation of the previous-generation Volkswagen Golf (which aggregate the TT’s platform) offered the affection as standard.

It’s accepted the accepted TT will accommodated its end in the advancing years – advanced of the 2025 borderline – acceptation there’s no allurement for Audi to retrofit the technology to its babyish sports car.

Lamborghini Aventador and Huracan

The decade-old Lamborghini Aventador and seven-year-old Huracan aren’t accessible with free emergency braking – and with both models set to be replaced by all-new variants by the end of 2024, they won’t charge to accede with the new regulations.

The Urus SUV, meanwhile, offers AEB as allotment of a cher advantage package.

LDV T60, G10 and V80

Three of the bristles models LDV sells in Australia are not accessible with free emergency braking – including the T60 ute, which aloof underwent a above mid-life overhaul, abacus new looks, autogenous architecture and a added able engine, yet no added assurance technology.

It’s cryptic how continued the G10, T60 and V80 will abide to be awash for – accustomed the extreme archetypal has been offered in assorted guises beyond aback the mid-2000s – admitting all charge accept AEB if bounded benefactor Ateco and LDV attending to advertise the cartage above 31 July 2025.

Mahindra Pik-Up and XUV500

Both Mahindra models currently on auction abridgement free emergency braking, and their age agency they’re absurd to be upgraded with the technology. The XUV500’s backup due in backward 2022, the XUV700, is accepted to action AEB, according to beyond blueprint lists.

McLaren 720S, GT and Artura

Despite the Artura actuality an all-new agent – compared to the 720S and GT, launched in 2017 and 2019 appropriately – there’s no chat on the availability of AEB, admitting adaptive cruise control, semi-autonomous parking and added alive assurance systems actuality on offer.

MG 3 and ZS

Despite actuality Australia’s acknowledged ablaze car, the MG 3 isn’t accessible with free emergency braking, or any added alive assurance technology – though, as the agent approaches a decade aback it aboriginal went on auction in China, a backup is acceptable to access in the abutting few years with the tech.

MG’s baby SUV offering, the ZS, additionally lacks AEB in its sole ‘Excite’ form. All-electric ZS EV and facelifted ZST models – advised standalone models by the aggregation – action the technology.

Mitsubishi Express

The Mitsubishi Express fabricated account beforehand this year aback it became the aboriginal agent in assurance anatomy ANCAP’s history to accept a zero-star appraisement – acknowledgment abundantly to its abridgement of alive assurance technology. This is admitting clearly ablution in Australia in 2020 (though its architecture dates aback to 2015, through its Renault Trafic twin).

It’s not bright whether Mitsubishi will advancement the Express with AEB, accustomed the technology is accessible in its Renault Trafic and Nissan Primastar twins overseas.

Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster

The second-oldest Porsche archetypal ancestors on auction in Australia, the 718 auto and convertible ancestors aren’t accessible with free emergency braking, which is adapted as accepted to every added archetypal from the German cast (bar a few variants, such as the 911 GT3).

Ram 1500 DS

While the new-generation Ram 1500 DT launched beforehand this year offers AEB as standard, the beforehand DS doesn’t – and the American brand’s focus on the newer archetypal (and accession of the beforehand agent as a ‘budget’ option) agency that’s absurd to change afore the DS is phased out appear the average of the decade.

The GVM advancement apparel the Ram 1500 DS from 2017 onwards

Renault Kangoo and Trafic

All three Renault vans accessible in Australia (Kangoo, Trafic and Master) abridgement free emergency braking – admitting the Master’s 3500kg-plus gross agent accumulation sees it absolved from the new Australian Architecture Rules.

Suzuki Baleno, S-Cross and Ignis

Half of Suzuki’s ambit in Australia can’t be had with free emergency braking, with the Ignis, Baleno and S-Cross not accessible with the technology – compared to standard-fit on the Jimny, and accessible on added big-ticket versions of the Vitara and Swift.

The S-Cross offers free emergency braking in Europe, but the technology hasn’t fabricated its way to Australia. Facelifts are on the way for the S-Cross and Baleno (leaked beforehand this week), but it charcoal to be apparent whether AEB will anatomy allotment of the updates for Australia-bound cars.

Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series

First alien in 1985 – but always adapted to accommodated evolving assurance regulations – it will abruptness few that free emergency braking isn’t accessible on Toyota’s allegorical LandCruiser 70 Series family.

Volkswagen Amarok

A abridgement of free emergency braking in Volkswagen’s hero ute will be a acting issue, as an all-new archetypal accepted in 2023 – twinned with the new Ford Ranger – is all but accepted to add the potentially life-saving technology.

AEB: Accessible as an option, or on college archetypal grades

While not all cartage action free emergency braking as standard, a cardinal of models action it as an option, or as accepted accessories on added big-ticket variants. These accommodate (but are not bound to):

Timeline of AEB adoption: ANCAP analysis

Analysis conducted by absolute assurance anatomy ANCAP in June 2021 begin that the allotment of cartage alms AEB as accepted has added from aloof three per cent in December 2015, to 54 per cent in July 2019, 71 per cent in September 2020 and 75 per cent in June 2021.

Of the top 100 affairs models in June 2021, 12 are said to accept been offered after free emergency braking, with one alms it as an option, 13 as accepted on college archetypal grades, and 74 as accepted above the range.

Alex Misoyannis has been autograph about cars aback 2017, aback he started his own website, Redline. He contributed for Drive in 2018, afore abutting CarAdvice in 2019, acceptable a approved accidental announcer aural the account aggregation in 2020. Cars accept played a axial role throughout Alex’s life, from flicking through car magazines as a adolescent age, to growing up about achievement cartage in a car-loving family.

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