[CES 2019] Nissan plans on showcasing “Intelligent Mobility” at CES

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The company’s ultimate goal is achieving zero-emissions and zero-fatalities on the road.

Nissan is coming back to CES, this time with a new display that will demo the future of driving through their Nissan Intelligent Mobility solution. While the debate over electric or gas is still raging on, there’s no doubt that more automakers are testing electric options. Nissan, like the others, aims to find their space in this new emerging market.

The company points to climate challenges, traffic congestion, road fatalities, and air pollution as the driving force behind their Intelligent Mobility plan. The company says they want to make transportation safer, smarter, and more enjoyable. The company’s ultimate goal is achieving zero-emissions and zero-fatalities on the road. The strongly believe that Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility is the way to achieve this.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility is not about removing humans from the driving experience. Instead, it is about building a better future for Nissan customers where cars are their partners, and where drivers are more confident and more connected.

These aren’t the promises of a distant future — they’re happening right now. Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies help you to see and sense more around you, to drive more like a pro and still get a helping hand when you need it.

Nissan says this new solution has three core areas of innovation:

  • Nissan Intelligent Driving helps give drivers more confidence through enhanced safety, control and comfort.
  • Nissan Intelligent Power makes driving more exciting by continuing to reduce emissions and increase fuel economy. Nissan is committed to a holistic approach to achieving zero-emission mobility by making internal combustion engines more efficient and putting more advanced technologies into electric vehicles.
  • Nissan Intelligent Integration keeps drivers more connected by conveniently linking Nissan cars to the wider society. Nissan is helping to shape a sustainable ecosystem enabling cars to interact with people, other cars and road infrastructure. This approach will eventually lead to remote vehicle operation, reduced traffic jams, more efficient car sharing and improved energy management.

The company will be expanding on this at CES 2019. We may or may not attend that presentation. We’ll bring you more should we have more to report.

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