The vision aims to have zero emission vehicles and zero fatalities through Nissan product evolution.
Nissan just unveiled its ‘Intelligent Mobility’ vision at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The new Nissan vision has been created to guide the Nissan product evolution.
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Nissan has a goal of zero emission vehicles and zero fatalities on the road. The ‘Intelligent Mobility’ vision will anchor critical company decisions about cars. Decisions such as car powering, driving, integration all the while staying focused on creating enjoyable driving experiences.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn states Intelligent Mobility vision is a framework for a safer and more sustainable future. Nissan will launch long-term strategy supported by its R&D investments.
The initiative has already allowed Nissan to produce the LEAF. Nissan LEAF was the world's first mass produced EV released in 2010.
The LEAF has also driven the development of cutting-edge autonomous drive technologies at Nissan. Nissan will further introduce a range of mass production EV models by 2020.
The core of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility has three areas of innovation. The areas are the Nissan Intelligent Driving, the Nissan Intelligent Power and Nissan Intelligent Integration.
The Nissan Intelligent Driving is committed to creating more driver confidence. It will be aided by Nissan's autonomous drive technology, Piloted Drive."Autonomous technologies have been part of our R&D activities for a long time," said Daniele Schillaci, executive vice president, Global Marketing and Sales at Nissan. "We've done extensive and ongoing on-road testing since 2013. This verified the integrity and versatility of Nissan's Piloted Drive engineering in real-world scenarios. Our autonomous technology is additive to the driving experience you have today, offering more enjoyable driving and less stress."
Similarly the Nissan Intelligent Power aims for more efficiency and power in EVs. Lastly the Nissan Intelligent Integration will work to create new links between vehicles and society."Nissan is exploring a wide range of energy sources for tomorrow's vehicles, and we recognize our role in continuously investing in multiple technologies," said Schillaci. "The Nissan LEAF electric vehicles have now driven over 2.2 billion kilometers by highly satisfied customers, which is proving our capabilities in terms of electric vehicles and in terms of our ability to introduce advanced, intelligent technologies."
"Intelligent Integration joins together Nissan's Power and Driving initiatives with a society," said Schillaci. "Intelligent Mobility does not only make driving more enjoyable, but it is an important step towards our goals of 'zero emissions and zero fatalities.' To achieve this important goal, we require a wider commitment by automakers. We must work with regulatory agencies to create and adapt motor vehicle laws, standards and policies to support autonomous drive."
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All of the areas represent cutting edge technologies by Nissan. The Intelligent Mobility technologies will expand in 2016 in Japan and in 2017 in Europe.