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Nissan will roll out cars that use autopilot to park, change lanes
Nissan will roll out cars that use autopilot to park, change lanes

Nissan plans to introduce a series of autonomous driving functions in its vehicles to convince consumers that self-driving cars represent the future of automotive technology. Carlos Ghosn, the chief executive of both Nissan Motor Co. and Renault SA, said that by the end of 2016 Nissan will start to market cars that can take over some driving functions. “We are bringing to market a traffic-jam pilot, a technology enabling cars to drive autonomously – and safely – on congested highways,” Ghosn said in a speech to the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan. “In the same time frame, we will make fully automated parking systems available across a wide range of...

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