Nissan Safety Shield is a technology designed to give you the most up to date safety measures for your car that is possible.
There are six components of the safety shield, they are;
All this technology combined provides a comforting 360° driving experience when on the move or just parking your vehicle.
Let's take a look at each one in detail.
High Beam Assist & Traffic Sign Recognition is there to turn on the headlights when you need it most, while dipping them if they detect light from an oncoming car for your safety as well as theirs. The Traffic Sign Recognition detects and displays the speed limits for areas you are driving in, making you aware when you change speed zones.
Lane Departure Warning & Blind Spot Warning keep you from drifting out into another lane when travelling on multi-lane stretches of road, keeping all road users safe. And Blind Spot Warning lets you know when there is a vehicle placed in your blind spot on either side of your car, keeping an eye out for your safety.
Hill Start Assist is designed to give you a few seconds of time when starting off from a standing position on steep inclines. Simply remove your foot from the brake, the car will hold your position and give you enough time to move over to the accelerator and give you a little helping hand when taking off.
Intelligent Park Assist has been designed to help you get into the parking spots you might have struggled with otherwise. It monitors spaces and manoeuvres into them automatically for you, when you need that little boost of confidence.
Intelligent Around View Monitor uses four cameras, placed strategically around the vehicle to make parking your car just too easy. It gives you a virtual birds eye view of the car, front & ear views as well as kerbside views to get into the last parking spot at the shops effortlessly.
Intelligent Emergency Braking gives you a heads up and brakes automatically if it detects that a risk of colliding with the vehicle/pedestrian in front is about to happen, meaning that you, your car and other road users remain unharmed.