Renault forehead autonomous technology prototype

Renault forehead autonomous technology prototype

Renault is conducting tests to evaluate the behavior of a car equipped with autonomous technology direction. For that it has used the prototype Next Two, based on electric ZOE.

The system deployed in the Next Two causes the car to act automatically at speeds up to 30 km / h. With this, the driver can use all functions of the vehicle entertainment, including access to 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi networks The vehicle can also park alone in areas prepared for autonomous technology.

Check out in detail in the videos below, which also have an explanation of the Next Two technology by Carlos Ghosn, president of Renault.

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