Renault-Nissan Alliance Uses Silicon Valley R&D Center To Develop Autonomous Driving Cars
Renault isn’t present in the U.S., but together with Nissan – as the Renault-Nissan Alliance – they are jointly developing new technologies in Silicon Valley.
One of the main topics these days is autonomous driving, which is related to a second one – connectivity, and both seem to be introduced in at first in electric cars.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance recently released a video to present what they are doing in Silicon Valley.
The first serious batch of new technologies we expect to see in 1-2 years in the all-new LEAF.
“The Renault-Nissan Alliance Silicon Valley Research Center is located at a crossroads of technological innovation, academic research, start-up investment, as well as governmental and aerospace advancement.”
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