Alliance vehicles today are available with many advanced safety features such as lane- departure prevention and forward emergency braking.
Groupe Renault deploys and democratizes technologies that enable the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles.
Groupe Renault’s mission is to introduce autonomous capabilities in all its passenger and LCV cars - all segments combined - with the ambition of also becoming one of the first manufacturers to offer "Mind-off" technology on vehicles intended for the transport of people and goods, as well as for new mobility services.
In 2019, Groupe Renault introduced the All-new Clio and All-new Captur, the Group's first vehicles to democratize these technologies with the most comprehensive range of ADAS for their category, to make driving easier, safer and travel more comfortable.
In March 2018, Nissan announced plans to deploy ProPILOT technology in 20 models in 20 markets by 2022 and expect to sell 1 million ProPILOT-equipped vehicles a year by 2022. As part of the strategy, it already launched the single-lane, highway-oriented, advanced driver assistance technology, on the Serena in 2016, the X-TRAIL, QASHQAI, Rogue and new LEAF in 2017, Infiniti QX50 in 2018 and Altima in 2019.
This user-friendly technology will expand to other models and brands in the Alliance as more models are released.