Nissan Conducts Autonomous Leaf Trials for 2027 Launch

Nissan has kicked off trials for its upcoming autonomous driving technology by testing a prototype Nissan Leaf in the streets of Yokohama. Equipped with a range of cameras, radars, and LIDAR sensors, this innovative vehicle promises improved detection and control capabilities for navigating complex scenarios. The company plans to expand these trials to the Minato Mirai area to assess customer acceptance and gradually increase autonomous driving functionality. By the fiscal year 2027, Nissan aims to offer autonomous mobility services in Japan, marking a significant leap in the automotive industry’s race towards self-driving vehicles.