Nissan has reached the apex of modern technology with the development of Nissan Intelligent Mobility. With their patented system involving safety, connectivity, and efficiency, we now have vehicles that use technology to serve as a true partner along the road. Find comfort and security with your Nissan vehicles equipped with Nissan Intelligent Mobility. See why the future is now with equipped Nissan vehicles.
You can drive with ease knowing that Nissan vehicles equipped with Nissan Intelligent Mobility put extra eyes on your surroundings. The benefits of these safety features are sure to make any Nissan Driver more comfortable on the road. ProPilot Assist helps you follow traffic, and helps you brake intuitively. ProPilot Park helps you navigate in and out of those tight spots with ease. Sensors on the front and rear of your vehicle detect obstacles for you, and activates emergency braking when necessary. Nissan Safety systems also include assistive driving features, including:
Nissan has worked endlessly to meet the needs of efficiency and power in all of their electric vehicles. With best sellers such as the Nissan LEAF, and up and coming ones such as the Nissan Ariya, we are bringing an entirely new element of excitement to driving your electric Nissan vehicle.
For the first time, Nissan wields the power of all-wheel drive in its hybrid EVs. Now you and your electric vehicle can do even more, and go even further than ever before. The e-POWER system enhances your journey with instant torque but with all of the peace brough forth by driving a 100% electric vehicle.
Nissan even brings its e-POWER systems to the racetrack, with its debut in 2018 in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in Saudi Arabia. High speeds, powerful torque, all with zero emissions.
The Nissan E-Pedal gives you a whole new way to drive. Using one pedal to accelerate or brake, you can now control your vehicle with one seamless movement. The pedal uses regenerative braking, which transfers power back to your engine to help control your wheels during braking. For more immediate braking, go back to the standard brake pedal.
Nissan vehicles now have the power to learn with you as you are in motion, and give feedback and information as your journey continues. As integration efforts grow, Nissan aims to give your vehicle the power to communicate not only with you, but with other vehicles as well.
Nissan is putting forth every effort into their Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM) vehicle system, which partners existing artificial intelligence systems with remote support, so driverless vehicles can make the best decisions in unknown situations. SAM will also enable information sharing from vehicle to vehicle to help them operate as safely as possible.