2014 Nissan Qashqai close to being driverless


Nissan has revealed that the new 2014 Qashqai is just one step away from becoming a self-driving car.

Packed with technology, the Qashqai can already do an awful lot with little driver input, including park, read road signs and avoid collisions.

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The only missing link is the computer software to make it drive itself – and Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn  has said that this could be in place as early as 2020.

Among the new Qashqai’s launch features is a 360-degree parking camera that gives a bird’s eye view of the car and obstacles around it.

Intelligent Parking Assist automatically measures the space of a parallel parking space and steers the car into position, with the driver controlling the pedals.

Deliveries of the Qashqai will start in February next year.

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