Nissan Taps NASA Research To Create Futuristic Features In Its New Cars

Nissan Taps NASA Research To Create Futuristic Features In Its New Cars

Friendly speedometers and spray vitamin C introduce an enhanced driving environment.

Naresh Kumar
  • 28 july 2010

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.

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