Nissan Leaf prototype turns into first autonomous automotive to hit Japanese highways (video)

Nissan Leaf prototype becomes first autonomous car to hit Japanese highways (video)

Autonomous autos are considerably previous hat for commuters in California and Nevada, however Japan’s solely simply seen one hit its public roads. After incomes a license plate in September, Nissan’s driverless (and electrical) Leaf hit the pavement of the nation’s Sagami Expressway, turning into the very first self-driving automotive to finish a public street check on a freeway within the Land of the Rising Solar. The agency’s Autonomous Drive tech, which handles all the things from detecting street circumstances to merging into visitors, piloted the automotive onto the interstate, handed slowpokes and exited the freeway. Positive, this can be a notable milestone for Nissan, however the firm’s aim to promote autos with the know-how by 2020 continues to be a great distance off.

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