Nissan to offer lane-departure warning system


DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - The Infiniti division of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. will offer a lane-departure warning system on some of its passenger cars in the United States later this year, in a safety move touted as an industry first. The lane-departure system, developed jointly by auto parts maker Valeo and Iteris, Inc., is a so-called "smart car" device aimed at detecting driver error and preventing one of the most common causes of highway accidents. Nissan North America announced the ...

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