Monday, 11 November 2013

Japanese PM climbs aboard autonomous Nissan Leaf

Autonomous cars took to the roads of Tokyo for the first time on Saturday with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as a passenger. The Prime Minister rode on the public roads in the National Diet Front Garden in a Nissan Leaf and autonomous cars built by Honda and Toyota. According to Nissan, Saturday’s drive was meant to show the Japanese government’s support for the development of autonomous cars, as was symbolized by the venue located between Japan's parliament and the Imperial Palace. .. Continue Reading Japanese PM climbs aboard autonomous Nissan Leaf

Section: Automotive

Tags: Autonomous, Autonomous Vehicles, Honda, Japan, Nissan, Nissan LEAF, Toyota

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