Nissan demonstrates its latest autonomous technologies at Nissan 360
Specially equipped LEAFs can turn at a busy intersection, overtake a parked car in the city and switch out of a closed lane
Nissan plans to have Autonomous Drive ready by 2020
Nissan believes that it can offer autonomous cars at affordable prices
Nissan shows the AD LEAF swerving to avoid a pedestrian
A test driver going hands-free in the Autonomous Drive LEAF
Nissan demonstrates its latest capabilities at the Nissan 360 event in southern California
With the help of side sensors, the LEAF has "autonomous side distance control"
Nissan's latest Safety Shield system includes laser scanners and cameras
Nissan's laser scanners and Around View cameras provide 360-degree monitoring around the car
Nissan's Safety Shield concept monitors the vehicle's surroundings
Yesterday, Nissan's "Taxi of Tomorrow" officially became "today." Not wasting any time to look a little further into the future, Nissan has detailed some of its progress toward building cars that drive themselves. It says that the first batch of autonomous vehicles will be ready for market by 2020, and instead of just launching a single self-driving model, it plans to add the technology to several.
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