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Nissan sees the invisible at CES

An avatar can appear inside the car to provide assistance

At next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nissan will unveil its future vision for a vehicle that helps drivers “see the invisible” by merging real and virtual worlds to create a connected-car experience.

Invisible-to-visible, or I2V, is a technology created through Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for changing how cars are powered, driven and integrated into society. I2V will demonstrate the future of driving to CES visitors through an interactive, three-dimensional immersion experience.

Nissan tests autonomous driving on Tokyo roads

Nissan autonomous driving test in Tokyo

Nissan has demonstrated a prototype of its autonomous driving technology, planned for real-world use from 2020, on public roads in Tokyo.

Nissan Motor tested the next-generation ProPilot technology on a modified Infiniti Q50 sports sedan. The technology enables the vehicle to operate autonomously on urban roads and freeways, beginning when the driver selects a destination using the navigation system, until arrival.

Renesas helps Nissan Leaf with automated parking

The Nissan Leaf uses Renesas technology for automated parking

The new Nissan Leaf, which debuted this week, uses the Renesas R-Car system-on-chip for car infotainment and adas as well as its RH850 automotive control MCU for the ProPilot Park, a full-fledged automated-parking system.

The parking facility recognises spaces adequate for parking, verifies that there are no obstacles in the way, and handles the role of issuing control commands for acceleration, braking, steering and gear changing.

Paris Motor Show 2016 Preview – Mondial de l’Automobile

Jaguar Land Rover used children to camouflage the Discovery ahead of its launch

Ian Fletcher, principal analyst with IHS, highlight some of the expectations for this year’s Paris Motor Show

In the run-up to the Paris Motor Show, which opens its doors later this week, several car makers are still holding back details of forthcoming reveals.

Nissan pushes technology limits with Pulsar

Inside the Nissan Pulsar

Nissan says its has introduced sector-first technology with the launch of the Pulsar, an all new family hatchback challenger for the small and medium car sector.

Nissan teaches children how to make cars

Nissan is giving British schoolchildren an insight into the art of car manufacturing by bringing the company’s Monozukuri Caravan to the UK for the first time.

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