REFINING HOW WE DRIVE

Nissan is committed to making transportation safer, smarter, and more enjoyable. Nissan Intelligent Mobility is the roadmap, providing a vision for the future of motoring.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility encompasses three core areas of innovation:

  • how our vehicles are powered (Nissan Intelligent Power),
  • how they are driven (Nissan Intelligent Driving),
  • and how they are integrated into society (Nissan Intelligent Integration).

These developments aren’t in the distant future—they are taking shape in the Nissan vehicle you drive today.

Nissan Intelligent Power

Nissan’s leadership in electric vehicles demonstrates not only our commitment to progress and the environment, but also to bringing cleaner, quiet power and transportation to the world. As the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF has redefined what an electric car can be. It gives you instant torque and zero emissions, proving that sustainable transportation doesn’t have to compromise the thrill of driving.

Nissan continue to advance technologies that will be integrated into future electric vehicles, stay tuned for future local announcements in this space.

Nissan Intelligent Driving

Today’s Nissan vehicles offer available technologies that help look out for you, and some of them can even take action and help you avoid trouble. Intelligent Around-View® Monitor, using four cameras to give you a virtual 360˚ bird’s-eye view of your vehicle, is a great example of advanced technology on a wide variety of Nissan vehicles today.

Stage one of Nissan’s Intelligent Driving approach is ProPILOT. Already in action on the road in Japan, the Nissan Serena is able to drive autonomously and safely in a single lane on highways, providing consumers with a more confident drive, enhanced control and greater freedom.

Nissan Intelligent Integration

At Nissan, we’re working to shape what the road of the future will look like. 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.