Nissan will finish its vehicles with antibacterial materialsApril 8, 2021
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced that it will gradually introduce antibacterial finishes for new cars to be released in Japan in the future.
The new measure will be implemented in response to the growing need for hygiene. In addition, according to a survey conducted by Nissan among customers, many people demand an environmentally friendly interior, and in particular customers who attach great importance to “antibacterial properties where hands and body contact the car.” It turned out that there are a lot of such “clean” people.
In response to the results of these studies, the brand’s engineers decided to use antibacterial materials for the steering and seats of recently released cars. These materials have been proven to have antibacterial properties in accordance with JIS / ISO standards.
In addition, Nissan will install “Vehicle Kleberin” to remove viruses and bacteria trapped in the cabin and seats at dealerships across the country, and will suppress the activity of viruses and bacteria trapped in filter anti-virus materials.
Due to the recent transition to a new lifestyle, many customers want a car, which is an isolated means of transportation. Nissan will continue to work on changing vehicle specifications and expanding various services so that customers can use their vehicles with greater confidence, the brand said.
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