Toyota Motor Corp plans to start selling U.S. vehicles that can talk to each other using short-range wireless technology in 2021.
The Japanese automaker said it aims to potentially prevent thousands of accidents annually.
Toyota hopes to adopt the dedicated short-range communications systems in the United States across most of its lineup by the mid-2020s.
They hope that by announcing its plans, other automakers will follow suit.
The Obama administration in December 2016 proposed requiring the technology and giving automakers at least four years to comply.
The proposal requires automakers to ensure all vehicles speak the same language through a standard technology.