There’s no denying the fact that semi- and fully-autonomous cars are here to stay, with every major automaker now working on their own autonomous vehicle technology.
Some companies have become extremely advanced in the area already, rolling out semi-autonomous vehicle technology in their latest flagship models and next-generation vehicles. Some have yet to push any of their developed technology to market.
The Renault-Nissan alliance is one of the many companies that has a firm plan for the future of autonomous vehicles and as such, will be deploying Level 2 and Level 3 autonomous vehicle technologies across their respective fleets in the next few years. In addition to simply offering autonomous vehicles as a way of improving fuel economy, safety and reducing fatalities on the road, the Renault-Nissan alliance wants to do something bigger: build its own autonomous vehicle car sharing platform.
But what does that mean for the future of Renault-Nissan vehicles? And what will it mean for owners and drivers in the future?
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