Starting in February, Nissan will use a fleet of its modified Nissan Leaf cars to give government officials, safety experts and more a chance to experience what it’s self-driving technology can do in a busy urban environment.
Nissan might have been quiet on the autonomous driving front, but the company has finally confirmed that both the new Qashqai and Leaf will come with the ability to self-drive on the motorway.
This echoes the Autopilot technology that’s currently available in Tesla’s range of cars including the Model S and the Model X.
Despite setbacks with incidents involving Tesla’s Autopilot system, car companies are still pushing forward with self-driving technology.
Nissan’s tour of its self-driving technology will start in London but will include a number of European cities.
Volkswagen recently unveiled its next generation of electric cars, the I.D. range.
Both cars in the range are fully electric and will reportedly launch in 2020 with advanced self-driving capabilities that will allow the driver to swivel their seat away from the road.
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