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April 13, 2023

Nissan PH To Launch Car Connected Services Platform

Nissan Philippines will soon debut its very own Car Connected Services or CCS to realize a seamless and more compelling car user experience.

The carmaker has yet to offer details, but CCS can be used in a variety of settings and further integrates cars into the daily lives of owners. Moreover, it enables Nissan to provide and develop services fit to each driver.

Going beyond the typical smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, Nissan CCS can help owners pre-plan their trips. For example, it can automatically check a vehicle’s state-of-charge or fuel level, and smartly plan a route that takes vehicle charging or refueling into consideration even before their owner has set foot inside their vehicle. Then, it can pre-cool or pre-heat the cabin in sync with their owner’s intended departure time making the cabin experience more comfortable. Nissan CCS can also remotely lock a vehicle (or unlock a vehicle) and help owners remember where they parked, or check their vehicle status remotely.

Aside from providing a sneak peek of the Nissan CCS, Nissan Philippines is also focusing its efforts on electrification with an experiential setup on e-Power.

As for vehicles, Nissan Philippines is displaying the Leaf, Patrol, Navara, Livina, Almera, and Terra Sport at MIAS. Showgoers can also get exclusive offers, including discounts.

“This year’s MIAS theme, Shaping Mobility, resonates with Nissan as a brand because this is fully aligned with our Ambition 2030. We aim to create technologies and innovations that have an impact in the automotive sector and empower mobility. We have recently done this with our e-Power technology which continues to break barriers in electrified mobility. We are very proud of e-Power, and we are happy that the market fully accepts it. We are also excited to talk about our CCS technology, and we believe this is an important feature that will change the way we relate with our cars,” Nissan Philippines President Juan Miguel Hoyos shares.

1 comment:

  1. Uh-oh... Seems like Nissan Ph can soon make some money from softwares thru their head unit


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