AutoComplete at CES 2017: Nissan's next-generation Leaf will be semi-autonomous
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Nissan's V Note at CS 2017 covered a number of different topics from developing autonomy to driverless commercial vehicles.
But Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn, also provided some insights into the next generation lease TV.
It'll be available as propilot Nissan Semi-Autonomous system that holds the car in the lane on the highway.
We still don't know much else about Nissan's plan to turn over a new leaf but At least we now know something, right?
Honda CES Concept car is all about the feature of ride sharing.
The electric NeuV show car is designed to make itself available to other drivers when not in use.
And that addresses the issue where most vehicles sit idle for a majority of the day.
An onboard Ai system can react to the driver's current emotions And there's an electric skateboard in the back.
Sounds pretty much par for the course for a [UNKNOWN] concept.
Bosch thinks it can solve urban parking problems with its community based parking system concept.
Ultrasonic sensors can scan the environment.
climate around for its open spaces, and then that data is sent to the Cloud where it's distributed to other drivers.
Ideally removing the hunt for parking spaces all together.
It relies on current tech so it won't just be a time saver for the rich, either.
The system should arrive in the U.S. for testing sometime later this year.
Find more on these stories over at the Roadshow.com and we'll talk to you Monday.
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