recently, we learned from relevant channels that Nissan plans to use the primary automatic driving function as the standard for all the new cars in the future. It will launch more than 20 models of automatic driving in the world before the 2023 fiscal year, and become the first large car company with all the new cars equipped with the primary automatic driving system. < / P > < p > according to media reports, Nissan’s new cars in the future will at least have adaptive cruise function or L2 level automatic driving assistance capability that can be used on expressways according to different models and configurations. < / P > < p > as early as 2016, Nissan has installed the “pilot” system with adaptive cruise function for some of its new cars. < / P > < p > in the autumn of 2019, Nissan has installed the “pilot 2.0” system with L2 level automatic driving assistance capability for some of its models. < / P > < p > according to Nissan’s latest goal, its low-cost models in the future will be equipped with “pilot” system as standard, while high-cost vehicles such as “ariya” pure electric vehicle and “Tianlai” may be equipped with “pilot 2.0” system as standard.