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Different features of Nissan Intelligent Mobility

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Moving forward, Nissan is changing how we move forever with technology that makes you more connected, confident, and excited.

Different features of Nissan Intelligent Mobility

A WHOLE NEW WAY TO MOVE
Moving forward, Nissan is changing how we move forever with technology that makes you more connected, confident, and excited.

You will drive with greater awareness and can even get an assist when you need it most. Everything gets easier too, from finding your way to choosing your soundtrack.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility is the future of driving, and it is already ready for everyone in the vehicles you choose to drive today.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility encompasses three core areas of innovation.

MORE EXCITING
Nissan Intelligent Power makes driving more exciting for customers by continuing to reduce emissions and increase fuel economy.

MORE CONFIDENCE
Nisan Intelligent Driving helps to give customers more confidence through enhanced safety, control and comfort for everyone on board.

MORE CONNECTED
Nisan Intelligent intergration is helping to shape a sustainable ecosystem enabling cars to interact with people, other cars and road infrastructure.

Established in 1933, Nissan is one of the largest carmaker in Japan. For more than 80 years, innovation had been the backbone and strength of the company.

From fast cars, electric vehicles, pick-up trucks to passenger vehicles, multi-purpose van and sport utility vehicles (SUV), Nissan has innovated products to cater for every market needs.

The objective of Intelligent Mobility is to make Nissan customers feel more confident, excited and connected, while also enhancing road safety. Different models carry different features and it varies from country-to-country. Best to consult your local Nissan dealers.

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ProPILOT : when activated, this system let your vehicle automatically follow the vehicle in-front at a pre-set distance and can even bring your vehicle to a full stop based on the traffic flow, and then take it back up to speed when traffic moves again.

Intelligent ProPILOT Park Assist : when you push the button to let your vehicle take control of the steering, it will automatically manoeuvre into a parking spot.

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Intelligent Around View Monitor (i-AVM) : using four cameras give the driver a 360o view of the vehicle to assist them with parking or manoeuvring around tight spots or tough terrains.

Moving Object Detection (MOD) : this system uses the four cameras from the Around View Monitor to give you both visual and audible warning alerts when they detect moving object around your vehicle.

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Intelligent Cruise Control : this system helps maintain an adjustable speed, set distance between you and the car ahead. It does not apply braking.

Intelligent Distance Control (i-DC) : this system is designed to assist the driver to keep a following distance from the vehicle in-front that is travelling in the same lane and direction. The i-DC system brakes and moves the accelerator according to the distance and the relative speed, of the vehicle ahead.

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Intelligent All-Wheel Drive : this system provides power and support where and when you need it, and instantly adapting to the changing conditions of the road. By constantly monitoring wheel-spin, throttle position and vehicle speed, this system automatically diverts up to 50% of the available power to the front wheels, enhancing traction and control when conditions are less than optimal. When all-wheel drive is not needed, the system sends 100% of the power to the rear wheels for more responsive road performance.

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