Today, almost nothing is as important is staying connected. Whether it's a connection with friends, family, or your significant other, communication is key in our society. That's why Nissan is focusing on connected car technologies. A few weeks ago, the company debuted several new technologies, including an innovative twin-display system (as shown in the Infiniti LE Concept) and a new generation of NissanConnect systems (which will debut on the all-new 2013 Nissan Altima). The brand has also been working closely with top technology companies like Pandora Radio, Google, and Intel.
Carlos Ghosn, Chief Executive Officer for Nissan, explains our society's obsession with connectivity, stating, "It's clear that consumers expect to be connected wherever they are, and that includes the time spent in their automobiles. To meet those needs, Nissan is developing a series of innovative breakthroughs in communication devices that will be safe to use while driving." Ghosn also explains that technologies are becoming more efficient and imaginative every day. After all, only twenty years ago, a driver's radio was his/her only link to the outside world. However, he states, "Today, we take it for granted that we can communicate by mobile phone using Bluetooth technology, check traffic conditions and receive navigation guidance while driving. By 2020, aided by wireless and cloud-based technologies, Nissan will offer our customers enhanced safety and a wide variety of new conveniences like accident-avoiding driving intervention technologies, electric vehicle charging reservations, or a music player that adapts to the listener's moods."1
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