Nissan has added a new flagship model to its Micra range that’s packed with high-tech features. Appropriately called the Micra Acenta Plus Tech, it’s equipped with Nissan Intelligent Mobility (NIM) technology. It’s the first time Nissan is introducing this tech, normally reserved for premium vehicles, to the Upper B hatchback segment. NIM includes four 360º cameras around the car, which are connected to a large screen on the dashboard, providing an intelligent around-view monitor. The four cameras create a virtual bird’s-eye view of the car so the driver can see around the car when parking, switching between views to see what is behind or on the curb. There is also moving-object detection, which warns the driver about pedestrians and animals nearby. A blind-spot warning sounds an alert if there are vehicles in the blind spots diagonally behind the car. Intelligent forward emergency braking monitors the vehicle in front and beeps loudly if you’re getting too close. If you don’t react...

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