Both of them have their own distinctive design features with the following features according to the target of potential customers. For example, on the side of Rocky’s appearance, the feel of an elegant urban vehicle is thicker.
Meanwhile, Raize has a sporty and dynamic aura, as evidenced by not many chrome touches in the car. So what about the features in these vehicles?
The two cars, the result of cooperation between Daihatsu and Toyota in Indonesia, have embedded a 9-inch entertainment screen that is connected to a smart phone, aka smart phone.
The digital panel is also full of colors that spoil the eye and can be changed with four visual modes. It’s just that at the top of the Rocky variant, there is the addition of active subwoofer 8 inches.
Instead, in the highest Raize variant, potential customers are offered special seats made of fabric and leather that can support the feeling of driving. Moreover, there is also a paddle shift behind the wheel, so the sporty impression is thicker.
Another advantage of the Raize GR Sport is the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS). In addition to the number of airbags totaling 6 points, there are also more features in the package than Advance Safety Assist (ASA) in Rocky.
The contents, among others Lane Departure Assist with Steering Control, Pedal Misoperation Control, Pre-collision System, Front Departure Alert, Rear Cross Traffic Alert plus Blind Spot Monitoring, and Adaptive Cruise Control.
While the ASA system has 6 functions, including Pre-Collision Warning, Pre-Collision Braking, Pedal Misoperation Control, Front Departure Alert, Lane Departure Warning, and Lane Departure Prevention.
In order to add to the completeness of the safety features in the car, there is also ABS + ABD, Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), and Hill Start Assist (HSA).