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Joins Rogue, Leaf and 2019 Altima in getting the driver technology

Nissan is expanding its ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous system to two more crossovers in North America in late 2018. The Rogue Sport in the U.S. and the Qashqai in Canada will get the technology, which Nissan says is now in more than 120,000 vehicles globally.


Semi-autonomous driving will be available on Nissan's midsize sedan

The 2019 Nissan Altima midsize family sedan will be revealed very soon at the New York Auto Show. We've seen it in spy shots, and we've seen an early sketch, and now we know one of the features that will be available. The new Altima will have ProPilot Assist as an option.


ProPilot Park promotion propels the pillows and tables, too.

They take Japanese hospitality to a new level.


The prototype is an Infiniti Q50.

Nissan says the next generation of ProPilot will be on roads in 2020.


Sure looks like it.

It would help with Nissan's goal of democratizing EVs.


We also debate the Colorado ZR2 and Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro, and discuss Nissan ProPilot.

And, of course, we spend your money.

Deep Dive

Semi-autonomous driving and self-parking technology will be on offer

ProPilot is but a piece of the larger Leaf story.

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Nissan ProPilot chair is an autonomous chair designed to make standing in line easier.


The ProPilot autonomous technology is designed for highway use in moderate-speed traffic.