Nissan Announces U.s. Pricing For 2018 Rogue

Nissan announces U.S. pricing for 2018 Rogue – first U.S. vehicle to offer advanced ProPILOT Assist technologyNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2018 Rogue crossover, which goes on sale October 24 at Nissan dealers nationwide. Pricing starts at $24,6802 for the Rogue S front-wheel-drive model. Already the number one selling Nissan model throughout the 2017 model year, Rogue receives a number of significant enhancements for 2018 – led by the addition of available ProPILOT™ Assist technology, which provides assisted steering, braking and accelerating during single-lane highway driving.

Nissan Propilot Assist Technology Makes U.s. Debut On 2018 Rogue

Nissan ProPILOT™ Assist technology makes U.S. debut on 2018 Rogue – reduces the hassle of stop-and-go highway drivingNASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan's ProPILOT™ Assist technology, continuing to pave the way for future fully autonomous vehicles, will be available on the company's bestseller, the Rogue compact SUV. ProPILOT Assist reduces the hassle of stop-and-go driving by helping control acceleration, braking and steering during single-lane highway driving.

Nissan Leaf's Propilot Technology: We Let The Leaf Do The Work

Nissan Leaf's ProPilot technology: We let the Leaf do the workEarlier this summer, as Nissan was busy readying the 2018 Leaf EV for its grand debut, the automaker invited us out to Japan to get to know the car a little better and take an early crack behind the wheel. Before we headed off on the multitude of simulated roadways throughout Nissan's Tochigi proving grounds, we were able to sample the semi-autonomous ProPilot systems. On the Nissan Leaf, there are two. ProPilot Assist is an adaptive cruise control system combined with lane-keeping assistance. ProPilot Park is a function that parks the Leaf for you.

Nissan Ready To Launch Semi-autonomous Propilot Assist Tech In The Us

Nissan Ready To Launch Semi-Autonomous ProPilot Assist Tech In The US

Nissan has already started demonstrating its semi-autonomous ProPilot Assist technology to the press, with the system expected to be launched in the US later this year.

The company points out that the ProPilot Assist system is tuned specifically for U.S. roads and drivers, after more than 50,000 miles of development across the country.

Nissan Employs 'propilot' For New Leaf Ev

Nissan Employs 'ProPilot' for New Leaf EV

Nissan Motor Co Ltd announced June 23, 2017, that it will equip the fully-remodeled "Leaf" electric vehicle (EV) to be released in 2017 with its "ProPilot" driving support system.

In Japan, the ProPilot has already been employed for the "Serena" minivan and "X-Trail" SUV (sport utility vehicle). The new Leaf will the third vehicle that comes with the system.

Nissan X-trail Gets Propilot Autonomous Tech In Japan - Update

Nissan X-Trail gets ProPilot autonomous tech in Japan – UPDATE

The Nissan X-Trail has been the latest recipient of the company’s semi-autonomous ProPilot driver assistance suite, launching in its home market of Japan this week.

Joining the Nissan Serena – the first of the company’s models on sale with the semi-autonomous technologies – the updated Japanese-market X-Trail can now accelerate, brake and steer without driver inputs during single-lane driving on a highway.

Propilot Autonomous Nissan Leaf Coming In 'near Future,' But No Word On Longer Range

ProPilot autonomous Nissan Leaf coming in 'near future,' but no word on longer rangeLet's start with what we know for sure. At CES 2017 today, Nissan officially announced that a new Nissan Leaf will be coming, "in the near future." While most observers will take this to mean that the long-awaited 200+ mile EV will finally make an appearance, there are at least two reasons to be cautious. First, the press release confirming the new Leaf doesn't talk about an increased range at all. Second, a Nissan engineer we spoke with earlier today laid out the case for not adding all that much range to the world's best-selling EV. Instead, the focus is on autonomous tech.

Nissan Propilot Is An Autonomous Leaf Showcased At The G7 Summit

Nissan ProPilot Is An Autonomous Leaf Showcased At The G7 SummitJoining Honda and their autonomous Clarity FCV at the Group 7 (G7) Summit in Japan, Nissan has displayed a self-driving Leaf dubbed ProPilot.
Demonstrated in Ise-Shima, the car offered a front-seat view to European Council President, Donald Tusk, who got to experience how the ProPilot technology helps it navigate roads.