Nissan (NSANY) will make automatic emergency braking (AEB) standard on about one million vehicles in the U.S. for the 2018 model year, according to Reuters.
The Japanese auto maker said today it will implement AEB in seven models. The radar-based technology uses audio and visual cues to warn drivers of speed or proximity of other cars.
U.S. auto safety regulators said 20 automakers agreed to make AEB standard for most vehicles on the road by 2022, Reuters reported. Some of those manufacturers were General Motors (GM) , Ford (F) , Toyota (TOYOF) , Volswagen (VLKAF) and Honda (HMC) .
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