Automated Braking for All

Nissan has decided that it will include Automatic Emergency Braking technology in over a million of their 2018 vehicles, and in around 450,000 vehicles from their 2017 vehicle lineup. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and a group of 20 automakers have agreed that they will make automated braking standard by 2022, but Nissan is moving to do this much sooner.

Automated braking uses a radar to sense objects in front of the vehicle, then braking if something gets too close. It is a highly-efficient way to reduce accidents that can be caused by distracted drivers, or from objects that the driver cannot see in front of the vehicle. Allowing this technology to be a standard in all vehicles makes the roads safer for everyone on them.

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