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07 11 2017 01

ATSUGI, Japan — Continental will supply the heart of a major connected-car campaign Nissan plans to launch next year with its global alliance partners, Renault and Mitsubishi.

The three automakers plan to begin equipping new vehicles, as well as those on the road, with a menu of cloud-based services. Among them: vehicle remote control, safety features, virtual personal assistant communications, Wi-Fi, autonomous-drive management and the ability to remotely upgrade vehicle features.

Nissan officials, describing the system last week at the Nissan Research Center here outside Tokyo, said the technology will rely on modules and software sourced solely from Continental.

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