VIDEO: Nissan Future = Driverless, Electric, and Connected

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“People are starting to understand and get excited about mobility as a service. In simple terms, rather than owning a car, you may want to call up a car as we do with ride-sharing today. The next level of that is to make those autonomous. We are field-testing fully autonomous taxis in Yokohama and their popularity is far outweighing what we expected,” according to Director of Electric Vehicles, Nicholas Thomas.