Nissan announced the premiere of the sedan with autopilotMarch 24, 2018
In late March, the Japanese company will present at the motor show in New York model Altima new generation, which will receive the function ProPilot
Company Nissan will present on March, 28th at the New York motor show a sedan Altima of following generation which will receive system of semi-automatic control. This is reported by the press service of the Japanese brand.
The novelty will be equipped with the proprietary ProPilot Assist function, which is currently installed on Rogue / X-Trail crossovers and Leaf electric cars. Electronics is able to independently hold the car in the lane, controlling the steering, accelerator and brake. At the same time, the driver must keep his hands on the handlebar all the time.
Judging by the previously published design sketch, the new Altima will perform in the style of the concept car Vmotion 2.0 Concept, which was presented in early 2017 at the Detroit Motor Show. It is assumed that the model will grow a little in size and become more roomy.
The engine range will include the old four- and six-cylinder engines, working in conjunction with the variator. It is possible that the novelty will also receive a turbocharged engine, as well as a version with four driving wheels.