Nissan plans to begin selling self-driving cars by 2020

A company logo is seen on the newly-unveiled Nissan "Terrano" compact sport utility vehicle during a news conference in MumbaiIRVINE, California (Reuters) – Nissan Motor Co Ltd said it will be ready to bring fully self-driving vehicles to market by 2020. The Japanese automaker said it plans to offer "multiple, commercially viable" vehicles that are capable of autonomous operation without driver input. The self-driving vehicles will be sold "at realistic prices for consumers," the company said at a media event in Irvine, California. Nissan said its goal is to offer autonomous cars "across the model range within two vehicle generations" – about 10-12 years after the projected 2020 launch. …

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