Japanese market new model features (2): Nissan, Mitsubishi, Mazda, SUBARU and Suzuki

Increased use of single-lane driving assistance systems and digital rearview mirrors



Nissan DAYZ
The Nissan DAYZ
(JSAE Automotive Engineering Exposition 2019)

  This is the second of two reports that introduce features available in new models (including mini cars) released for sale in Japan by Japanese OEMs from May 2017 to April 2019. This report features 12 new and fully redesigned models consisting of five vehicles from Suzuki brand, two each from Nissan, Mitsubishi and SUBARU, and one from Mazda (please see the first report for the Lexus, Toyota and Honda brand vehicles).
please see the first report for the Lexus, Toyota and Honda brand vehicles.)


Related reports:
Nissan LEAF Teardown: By-wire technologies for driving, braking, and stopping (Jan. 2019)
Implementation of 5G by Nissan, NTT DOCOMO, and AT&T (Nov. 2018)
Nissan aims to sell 1 million electrified vehicles a year by 2022 (Apr. 2018)
Subaru: 42% operating profit decline forecasted for FY2018 due to sales decline and recall expenses (Feb. 2019)
Suzuki: Expands India business, maintains 50% share of passenger car market (Sep. 2018)
Mazda: Investing JPY250 billion over the next 4 years, aims for 2 million units production (Jul. 2018)
JSAE Exposition 2018: Exhibits of 6 automakers (Jun. 2018)
Features in new Japanese models (2): Honda, Mazda, Subaru, Suzuki, and Daihatsu (Mar. 2017)


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