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Nissan Gripz Concept features autonomous and digital infotainment developed by Rightware

Published: September 17, 2015 | Frankfurt, Germany


Nissan has revealed a new concept car that points to an innovative new future for the brand. Conceived by designers in Europe and Japan, the Nissan Gripz Concept blends the ability and practicality of a compact crossover with the excitement and performance of a sports car. Rightware designed a next-generation digital infotainment concept for the Nissan Gripz concept car, revealed  at the IAA 2015 conference in Frankfurt, Germany.

A key building block to autonomous drive is Around View Monitor – a system which uses four cameras to protect the car and its occupants. It’s already fitted to all of Nissan’s crossovers and now the new Navara too. The Gripz takes this to the next level, with the cameras built into the headlamps. This allows drivers to record their everyday driving on the road like a conventional dashcam – and will also document adventures on the track or off-road. In another first, the cameras can also stream live to the internet and can be accessed remotely via smartphone if the security system is triggered.

Source: Nissan


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