Nissan Juke and AVM technology set world-first J-Turn Record 'blindfolded'
The record-breaking Nissan Juke has done it again. This time the popular compact crossover has established the world’s first J-Turn record with the driver using only the car’s Around View Monitor (AVM) on-board camera technology for guidance.
Nissan’s AVM system – fitted as standard to all Juke models – provides the driver with a 360-degree birds’ eye view of the car and its surroundings. The four images are digitally stitched together and displayed on the NissanConnect dashboard screen, making parking simpler and safer.
AVM is part of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision for a safer and more sustainable driving future. It’s also one of key building blocks of Nissan’s move towards ProPilot, the brand’s autonomous driving technology. The first Nissan car in Europe to feature ProPilot will be revealed in the next financial year (2017).
Watch the record-equalling AVM J-Turn here!