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Nissan's LEAF Granted Japan's First Semi-Autonomous Driving License

LEAF electric car offers six driving assist functions including automatic exiting for freeways, automatic lane changes.

Published: 29-Sep-2013

Nissan is committed to bringing its first round of autonomous vehicle technologies to market in 2020, and now it’s got an official license to begin testing those systems in its home market of Japan.

The Japanese government issued its first license plate for a vehicle equipped with advanced driver assist systems to the automaker, complete with “20-20? numerals to commemorate Nissan’s goal of offering these features by the end of the decade.

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