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Nissan Testing Self-Driving Cars in Japan

The Japanese car manufacturer has started testing self-driving cars for towing vehicles

Japan: The Japanese automaker, Nissan Motor Co., has begun to test self-driving cars for towing vehicles in Japan. As per the company, this technology would assist in boosting the efficiency and autonomous vehicle technology in the country.

Moreover, Nissan, is trying to implement this autonomous technology throughout its Oppama plant by the end of 2019 as well as in overseas plants in near future. Nissan is already using this car technology

While acknowledging, some glitches in this unique technology. the vice president of Nissan, Kazuhiro Doi stated, “If there are drivers, they can take action, Mechanical operations are all there is in a driver less car."

As per TechSci Research, the step taken by Nissan Motor Co. to develop the autonomous vehicle technology market across the region is anticipated to add another feather in the constantly enhancing automotive industry by testing self-driving cars in Japan. Besides that, the continuously expanding investment in the autonomous car technology market, is expected to infuse the overall industry, over the coming period.

According to a recent report published by TechSci Research, “Global Autonomous Car Technology Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2035 – ADAS, Semi-Autonomous, Fully-Autonomous”, globally, the automobile sector has been constantly evolving in terms of engine performance and design. Apart from these parameters, evolution of autonomous features in passenger cars is garnering attention of consumers across the world. Global autonomous car technology market is primarily divided into three segments - Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) car technologies, semi-autonomous car technology and fully-autonomous car technology. ADAS technologies are currently moving at a brisk pace on account of rising inclination towards greater automation. 

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