Johannesburg - Nissan’s Micra has officially gone tech-savvy with the release of the Acenta Plus Tech derivative that packs in an array of gizmos aimed at making life both easier and safer.
These fall under the brand’s suite of technologies that it likes to call ‘Nissan Intelligent Mobility’ and which, in plain English, refer to a range of driver assistance features made possible by four cameras positioned strategically around the car.
The key feature here is the Around View Monitor, which - through the 17.8cm screen - gives you a 360-degree ‘birds eye’ view around the car to make parking easier.
The system includes Moving Object Detection, which warns you about possible nearby hazards when you’re parked or waiting at an intersection.
Also included in this tech deal are Blind Spot Warning and Intelligent Forward Emergency Braking (which can theoretically warn you of an impending frontal collision and then assist with the braking if you don’t react in time).