From self-driving lounges on wheels to robots fit for taking a motorbike around a race circuit. The current year's occasion has given the clearest sign yet of how Japanese auto car makers see the future of personal mobility.
At each significant motoring occasion in Tokyo Motor Show 2015, Mercedes-Benz has revealed a business sector specific conceptual take on the future of individual mobility. The Vision of Tokyo Motor Show 2015 is an investigation of time and comfort. Accordingly the auto, which looks like an aerodynamic minivan.
Head of Design at Daimler AG, Gorden Wagener said that The Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo demonstrate the idea of a car lounge for a future generation of mega cities. The purity of the Vision Tokyo's styling characterizes a new clarification of modern luxury.
As one of the early pioneers of self-sufficient driving innovation are now standard equipment on its current cars. The Japanese auto car makers, the current year's occasion is the first where they have obviously repeated their own particular self-ruling driving plans.
Nissan introduced its independent driving vision as one where man and machine work together. In each circumstance, it is about giving the driver more decisions and more prominent control. The driver will remain the focus of our technology improvement efforts.
Nissan Intelligent Driving enhances a driver's capacity to see, think and respond. It adjusts for human error, which causes more than 90% of all auto crashes.