NissanConnect platform introduced in three vehicle models

11 August, 2017

Nissan has introduced its new connected car platform NissanConnect in three vehicle models. The platform will offer audio, navigation, and communication features that integrate with a smartphone. With this, the company aims to enhance customer experience and offer better value proposition in its vehicles by offering smart solutions.

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Nissan’s Micra, Sunny, and Terrano are the models in which this new solution will be available at no-extra cost. The company has plans to make these features available for existing customers soon for a nominal fee and is working on it.

It is being claimed that NissanConnect is a 360-degree connected car software application, which will connect the car to the customer’s family, Nissan network and NissanConnect community through the customer’s smartphone.

The platform has been developed by Renault-Nissan Alliance Technology Business Centre India, located near Chennai. It is factory-fitted connected car technology solution with an embedded telematics control unit paired with an inbuilt SIM for every car and a dedicated server. It also offers 50 connected features with three years of free subscription and one year of additional Nissan warranty program.

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