Nissan made quite a splash at the recent Geneva Auto Show. With intelligent mobility designs and never-before-seen concepts, the automaker is quickly becoming an industry leader. New features include Piloted Drive, Premium Concept, IDS, and a range of electric vehicle technologies as well.
According to Nissan, the Nissan Geneva Show lineup featured some truly unique designs, especially the IDS or Intelligent Driving System concept. This complex system of sensors works with an artificial intelligence unit to avoid virtually all dangers on the road. This on-road autonomous design may appear in testing by the end of the year.
Piloted Drive is a European vehicle design, but it will be the first autonomous system on that continent. This new technology allows cars to drive autonomously in heavy traffic and gridlock, borrowing technologies like automated cruise control and a range of sensors. Although this system is also in the testing stages, it may appear as early as 2020.
The LEAF is getting some added technologies as well. This includes an augmented LEAF-battery system, 100 vehicle-to-grid chargers, and added efficiency. By this rate, Nissan will lead the industry to zero-emissions, zero-fatality driving in the next few decades. We can’t wait to see the future that is in store for us at Economy Nissan in Durango, CO!