Why Nissan’s ‘Transport’ vehicles aren’t as safe as Toyota’s, according to the industry’s top expert
Nissan has released a statement saying it is “not surprised” that the industry has not been able to stop a new technology that has become so popular among auto manufacturers, and the Nissan spokesperson told Breitbart News that it is a “fraud.”
In an email to the Auto Transport Industry Association (ATIA), Nissan’s CEO and president, John Hargrove, stated, “We believe the EV concept is more mature than any previous vehicle.
However, our vehicle portfolio is not compatible with the emerging technology that is causing some concern, and we have taken steps to address these concerns.”
According to Nissan, this new technology uses electric motors to drive a belt-driven vehicle, rather than a gasoline engine, which Nissan says could lead to safety concerns.
The company said that this “technological innovation” has become a “major concern” in the automotive industry, which it said is caused by a “lack of awareness of safety concerns and insufficient awareness among the consumer.”
According for Nissan, it will be introducing an “emerging” technology in 2018 that will allow the “vehicle to drive autonomously in the event of an emergency.”
Hargroves statement said that the Nissan Motor Company (Nissan) has taken “a number of steps” to address the concerns of consumers.
“Nissan is committed to providing our customers with the safest vehicles possible,” Hargs said.
“The EV concept was developed by a team of engineers, designers and engineers, including some of the best and brightest in the industry.
Nissan’s engineers and designers designed the EV in collaboration with the auto industry, and Nissan engineers and drivers have designed the vehicle with a focus on safety.
Nissan has committed to fully deploying the EV technology by 2018.
We will be providing more information as it becomes available.”HAGROVES STATEMENT TO THE AUTO TRADE ASSOCIATIONATA Executive Director Robert B. Anderson, in a statement to Breitbart News, said, “The auto industry is in desperate need of an autonomous vehicle.
Nissan is committed and working with our customers to develop an EV concept that will offer consumers a safer, more enjoyable ride.”
Nissan says it will introduce an EV vehicle in 2018 and it will utilize a “high-tech” system called “High Altitude Autonomous Drive” that uses “a new system of technology to accelerate the vehicle, reduce speed and lower the vehicle’s center of gravity to better accommodate the vehicle and occupants.”NISSAN SUBSIDIES IN NICHOLAS AUTO NEWSNissan Motor Company’s CEO John Hagerrove and President John Hagers statement to the AUTO Transport Industry associationThe company’s statement to Auto Transport Association Executive Director, Robert Anderson, said Nissan’s statement was “in good faith” and the company has taken steps in order to address concerns.
“It is important that Nissan takes steps to ensure the safety of its vehicles,” Hagers statement said.HAGS STATEMENT to the ATIA President John B. Hager, in the statement to Automotive News, the CEO of Nissan Motor, said the company is committed “to delivering the safest and most advanced vehicle possible” and has taken several steps to “prevent or mitigate any possible impact on the safety and comfort of our customers.”
“The EV is designed with a focused focus on improving the safety, comfort and convenience of our Nissan customers,” Hagers stated.
Hagers statement added that the company’s engineers have worked with the industry to develop “an innovative EV concept.”
According the statement, the company will introduce the EV “in 2018 and will utilize an ‘high-speed’ technology that utilizes a new system to accelerate vehicle, lower speed and reduce the vehicle of occupants.”
According of the statement by Nissan, the “new system” will “allow the vehicle to drive more slowly than conventional vehicles” and will allow “the vehicle to have a much lower center of mass and allow it to operate at speeds of up to 100 mph.
The system also allows the vehicle “to be capable of higher levels of autonomy, with the driver and passenger receiving assistance from an active cruise control system, adaptive cruise control and automatic braking.”
Hager’s statement also stated that Nissan will “make sure its customers can safely access the EV” and that Nissan is “working with the manufacturer to improve safety and convenience for our customers.
The EV concept will also feature advanced technology, including advanced driver assistance systems, to enhance vehicle safety.
“Haggers statement stated that the “driver and passenger receive assistance from the vehicle” and said Nissan is working with “the manufacturer to increase safety and passenger comfort.
“According his statement to auto news website Auto Trends, “NISSANS EV is being developed to improve vehicle safety and occupant comfort.
“Hagers spokesman, John B Hagerroth, stated that “the safety of our vehicles and our customers is paramount.””
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