The 2011 Nissan LEAF is the latest example of an affordable car that uses advanced technology to enhance the driving experience. The 100-percent electric Nissan LEAF uses its advanced intelligent transportation (IT) system to help drivers maximize their zero-emission driving capability. This advanced IT system delivers a steady stream of information, such as a real-time locator for public charging, timers for charging and running heat or air conditioning, energy usage and other tools to help the driver more efficiently use the vehicle. All these features can be quickly accessed through Nissan LEAF’s easy-to-use, touch-screen Information Hub, powered by the Windows Embedded Automotive platform.
Nissan Motors, offering automotive products and services in more than 160 countries and areas worldwide and producing more than 4 million cars per year, sought to ship an affordable zero-emission car using advanced technology to enhance the driving experience.
Nissan designed a touch-screen information hub powered by Windows Embedded Automotive that includes a real-time locator for public charging, timers for air conditioning and other electrical systems, Bluetooth technology, and services for communication, entertainment and navigation.
The Nissan Leaf is the first affordable, practical, all-electric car available for the mass market. The new system boosts driver confidence and the ability to use the vehicle more efficiently. The easily upgradable system can adapt to changing charging environments.
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