Research & Development Senior Vice President Takao Asami

Senior Vice President Takao Asami

YOKOHAMA, Japan (Sept. 26, 2013) – Nissan took delivery of Japan’s first license plate for a car equipped with highly-advanced driver assist systems, clearing the way for a LEAF equipped with the technology to begin testing on public roads in Japan. The Nissan Global Media Center spoke with Research & Development Senior Vice President Takao Asami on the road testing announcement and the implications for Autonomous Drive technology ahead.
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Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Jann Mardenborough in the Carlin Motorsport GP3 Car

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

Nissan awards $89,360 in grants

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

The Nissan-powered KCMG LMP2 squad

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z

Nicolas Hammann in the CA Sport #23 GTS Nissan NISMO 370Z