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How Nissan technology systems work together?

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How Nissan technology systems work together?

How it works?

With all the innovative technologies available to use for your Nissan vehicle, you’ll be treated to the most advanced and seamless driving experience around. Features like NissanConnect, as well as safety and driving assist technologies like Nissan Intelligent Mobility and ProPILOT Assist, all work together to make your daily commute easier than ever before.

One of the biggest advantages of having all the Nissan technology systems working together is their ability to give you peace of mind while driving on the road. All three of the systems incorporate smart technologies that monitor and adjust to your current driving environment, to better keep you and your vehicle out of harm’s way. Most evidently, the Nissan Intelligent Mobility suite of driver’s assist features, such as Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Distance Control, as well as the Nissan ProPILOT Assist, which work together to help warn and guide you away from potential road hazards.

Additionally, using the hands-free features of the NissanConnect help you access some of your smartphone’s functions without taking your attention away from the road.

Speaking of hands-free features, not only are they a useful safety feature, but they make multi-tasking while driving your Nissan a breeze.

The NissanConnect system lets you play your music, receive notifications, do an online search with Google, and more, with just the sound of your voice! ProPILOT Assist doesn’t require voice-activation to use and everything is still accessible with just a push of the button on your steering wheel, while the Intelligent Mobility features are always automated and constantly monitor your surroundings.

*ProPILOT Assist explained through Nissan LEAF EV
• Combines steering, accelerator and braking to help ease driver workload in highway traffic and long commutes.

• Drivers can activate and deactivate the ProPILOT Assist system using a switch on the steering wheel.

• When activated, ProPILOT Assist helps controls the distance between your car and the preceding car. It also helps keep the car in the middle of the highway lane by reading lane markers and providing small steering inputs.

• Highlights of ProPILOT Assist technology include speed control, lane centering and brake assist.

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Intelligent Auto Headlights with Adaptive Front Lighting System: headlights will switch on automatically when visibility is reduced, such as at dusk or if the weather turns dark and cloudy. Headlights also adjusts accordingly when you are steering around bends or corners.

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Intelligent Forward Collision Warning : with a sensor installed to the front of the vehicle, it can analyse the relative speed and the distance to the vehicle directly in-front, as well as another vehicle travelling in front of the current one. When the system detects potential risks, it alerts the driver with a signal on the display and an audible warning sound.

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Blind Spot Warning (BSW) : this system detects vehicles situated in the driver’s blind spots (left and right). BSW gives the driver a warning via an indicator light that flashes on the door pillar with an audible chime.

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Lane Departure Warning (LDW) : when your vehicle is drifting off from your current lane, the system will provide a visual warning indicator and audible sound.
Intelligent Lane Departure Intervention (i-LI) : this function helps keep you in your lane. When lane markings are clear, and the system detects that you are straying out of your lane, it generates a turning force to help the driver return the vehicle to its lane.

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Intelligent Emergency Braking (i-EB) with Pedestrian Detection : when the system (previously known as Forward Collision Braking) detects danger of collision with a vehicle or pedestrians ahead, it warns the driver with audible and visual warnings, urging the driver to take action to avoid the danger. If the driver fails to decelerate, it will apply an emergency brake and decelerate to lessen the severity of the collision.

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Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) : When you are reversing out of a parking space, this feature detects and warn you about vehicles approaching from either side. It alerts the driver with a flashing visual warning (using the Blind Spot Warning indicator lights) and an audible warning.

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Intelligent Rear-view Mirror (i-RVM) : combines a high-resolution camera that uses an in-built LCD monitor to displays rear images directly from the rear camera into your rear-view mirror. It also provides a wider view than standard rear-view mirrors, and it is especially effective in low-light conditions.

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Hill Start Assist (HSA) : Assists in preventing rolling backwards when driving off from a standstill on a sloping incline.
Hill Descent Control (HDC) : this system helps to control vehicle speed when going downhill, so the driver can concentrate on steering the vehicle.

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Intelligent Trace Control (ITC) : The system helps drivers smoothly maintain control, by braking automatically to each wheel, helping to keep the vehicle on the cornering line as steered.

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Rear Differential Locking (RDL) : gives any driver the off-road confidence and no-wheel-spin safety on different surfaces by manually locking the rear rotating wheels to work as a single unit.

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Zero-Gravity Seats : the unique shape and patented structure provides continuous support from your hips all the way up to your shoulders. This natural, ergonomic design helps to maximize blood flow and keep your energy levels up and reduces muscle fatigue.

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Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) : controls rear-wheel braking based on detection of loss of traction at the front and rear wheels when the brakes are applied. By controlling distribution of braking force to the front and rear wheels according to the passenger and luggage load, EBD minimizes differences in braking performance whether the vehicle load is light or heavy.

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Intelligent 4x4 (i4x4) Mode Rotor Switch with Electronic Locking Rear Differential : this system provides additional support to handle any terrain with just a press of a button. Together with Shift-on-the-Fly that enables the driver to change the mode from two-wheel drive (2H) to four-wheel (4H) for slippery road safety and when driving on the road. While low range four-wheel drive (4LO) mode for deep sand, mud, crossing water, climbing rocks and ascending/descending hills.
Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention® (i-BSI) : this system detects vehicles situated in the driver’s blind spots (left and right). Driver will get a warning signal in the Advanced Drive-Assist Display (ADAD).

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