Nissan Leaf breaks UK record for longest self-driving car journey

By | February 5, 2020

Autonomous model completes complex 230-mile trip from Bedfordshire to Sunderland

A self-navigating car has successfully driven itself for 230 miles, the longest and most complex journey undertaken so far on UK roads by an autonomous vehicle.

The Nissan Leaf, fitted with GPS, radar, Lidar laser measurement technology and cameras, travelled from Nissan’s technical centre in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, to the carmaker’s manufacturing plant in Sunderland, where the model is made.

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