Nissan to make automatic emergency braking standard in 2018

Nissan to make automatic emergency braking standard in 2018

0 comments 📅25 June 2017, 00:45

Nissan said on Thursday it intent make automatic emergency braking (AEB) standard on an estimated 1 million vehicles sold in the Coordinated States for model year 2018.

Seven of the Japanese automaker’s models, including Rogue, Altima and Murano, intent come with the AEB standard, the company said.

AEB uses radar technology to supervise a vehicle’s proximity to the one ahead and warns the driver through audio and visual displays to crop speed, helping avoid or reduce the severity of potential collisions.

US auto protection regulators said last year that 20 automakers, including Nissan, Public Motors, Ford, Toyota, Volkswagen AG , Daimler AG and Honda, had agreed to make knee-jerk emergency braking standard on nearly all vehicles sold in the US by 2022.

In 2012, rear-end collisions killed 1,705 people and injured 547,000 in the Synergetic States. About 87 percent of the deaths and injuries might have been prevented or lessened if vehicles had a crash avoidance system because they were linked to driver inattention, researchers develop.

Reporting by Subrat Patnaik


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