Nissan has gotten permission to conduct these tests from Transport for London as well as the City of London Police. Transport for London is the governing body that oversees the transportation infrastructure of London so this is all being done with government cooperation. This marks a first for a driverless car to be tested in this way on public thoroughfares in London.
“We believe that zero-emission vehicles are the ultimate solution for delivering a smarter, more sustainable future,” said Stuart Jackson from Nissan Europe. “We also believe that autonomous drive technologies will revolutionise the future of mobility, providing more safety, convenience and driving pleasure for everyone.”