Nissan has confirmed reports that the Nissan Leaf’s Propilot option will go on sale in the US in September, but when it does, don’t expect it to compete against the Tesla Model 3′s driverless features.

Ahead of the Propilot’s launch in the US, details revealed about Nissan’s Propilot features indicate that the all-electric Tesla Model 3, which is also geared for the mainstream sector, has driverless capabilities that are unequivocally more advanced than what Nissan’s all-electric model offers.

In other words, the Leaf’s Propilot arguably does not really compete again Tesla’s Autopilot, even… more


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