Nissan Rogue Star Wars Virtual Reality Technology
Nissan’s partnership with Lucas Films to create the Rogue One special edition Star Wars Nissan has yielded another feature for fans. The collaboration has resulted in not only increased exposure for the brand but also, “Battle Test: A Nissan 360-degree Virtual Reality Experience”. This new virtual reality system allows users to enjoy both the latest Star Wars film and the most advanced technologies of the 2017 Rogue.
“With this experience, we’re putting fans right in the middle of the action,” said Jeremy Tucker, vice president, Marketing Communications & Media, Nissan North America, Inc.
Nissan Rogue “Battle Test: A Virtual Reality Experience
Nissan’s latest release in conjunction with its special edition Star Wars Nissan Rogue model takes fans on a trip through the battlefield from “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” It demonstrates that latest safety features of the Nissan Rogue from Nissan’s Intelligent Safety Shield suite.
Nissan Intelligent Safety Shield Technology
Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking: Warns drivers of an impending collision, applying the brake if necessary to mitigate the impact.
Intelligent FED with Pedestrian Detection: Alerts driver with an audible and visual warning when a pedestrian is detected and will apply brakes if necessary.
Blind Spot Warning: Utilizes sensors to detect vehicles in the Rogue’s blind spots, indicating a vehicle presence on the Advanced Drive-Assist Display.
Lane Departure Warning and Prevention: If drivers drift from the center of the lane, the system provides a visual and audible alert. If the systems detects a diversion from the lane, it will engage and guide the vehicle back to the center.
Moving Object Detection: Using the same cameras used by the Around View Monitor, the system warns drivers if a moving object if detected behind the vehicle while it’s in reverse.
Rear Cross Traffic Alert: When backing out of a parking stall, the technology alerts drivers to any approaching vehicles.
High Beam Assist Headlights: High beam headlights are automatically turned on when needed and switch to low beam when another vehicle is detected.
For more details about the features of Nissan’s 2017 Rogue and the brand’s latest virtual reality technology, contact our team at Nissan of Yuba City.