Nissan Taps NASA Research To Create Futuristic Features In Its New Cars
Friendly speedometers and spray vitamin C introduce an enhanced driving environment.
In a recent announcement, Japanese automaker Nissan revealed that it plans to introduce several new features to enhance the driving experience of its upcoming cars. Among the new ‘space-age’ features are air conditioners that spray vitamin C to moisturize your skin, stress-reducing heated seats using research from NASA and speedometers that provide reminders of major dates and anniversaries in your life, lest you forget them.
Nissan also announced new driver safety features such as anti-collision technology that works like a radar and monitors the distance with the car in front to prevent collisions at high speeds by automatically raising the accelerator pedal and partially braking the car.