Nippo Automobile Services (NAS) is one of the largest automobile service providers in the world, serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide.
They provide the most advanced mobility solutions, including self-driving cars, electric mobility, and electric powertrain solutions.
Today, NAS is announcing that it will be introducing a new service, AutoCar, that will allow users to access their car remotely, from anywhere in the United States.
The service will be available in NAS’ fleet of vehicles and is expected to launch soon in California, Oregon, and Washington state.NAS Automobile services are built around autonomous driving technology, which means that they are not reliant on human drivers.
They will work with their customers and partners to provide the best car experience possible, with a variety of options to suit all budgets and interests.
AutoCar is expected as a direct competitor to the autonomous driving industry in terms of service delivery, with auto owners able to request an automatic service for free.
This service is expected also to include support for various vehicles, including the Ford Fusion Hybrid, the Toyota Prius, the Tesla Model S, and more.
The new AutoCar service is available to owners of all models of NAS vehicles that have a self-drive feature.
The following vehicles are expected to be covered:Ford Fusion Hybrid:NAS will be launching AutoCar in the U.S. in 2020, and it will launch in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea in 2021.
Tesla Model X:Tesla has partnered with NAS Automobiles to bring AutoCar to its customers in the US and Europe in 2021 and to extend AutoCar coverage to NAS customers in Japan and South Africa in 2022.
The Tesla Model Y:The automaker announced a partnership with NISCA Automobiles in 2017 to deliver auto insurance and insurance coverage in the NISSA network.
NISACO Automobiles will be adding AutoCar support to its fleet of self-driven vehicles and in 2021 will be able to offer auto insurance to customers in Canada, France and Germany.
Tesla Model X owners can request a free auto insurance premium of $1,000 or more per vehicle per year if they buy a Model X with a self drive feature.
This premium will be automatically applied to their monthly auto insurance bills, as well as to their current and future premium payments, as long as they have a current vehicle with a driver-assistance system.
Auto car insurance is one aspect of AutoCar that has not been as widely embraced by consumers as other services.
According to NISACA Automobiles CEO Rishi Srinivasan, AutoCAR was initially targeted at customers who were willing to pay $5,000 per year to be auto insurance compliant.
“The auto insurance industry is still growing and we’re in the early stages of this,” Srinivaan said.
“However, we are seeing significant growth from this, as we have seen a tremendous rise in the number of self drive vehicles, the number and the number per model.
With the Tesla and Toyota offerings, the premium per vehicle is $5k and it’s very competitive.”
Tesla is also expanding its AutoCar offering to include the Tesla Powerwall, a plug-in hybrid that can offer Tesla owners electric range and an array of features like automatic climate control, autonomous parking, and autonomous parking sensors.
AutoCar also plans to expand its self-parking services in 2019, including a new feature that allows AutoCar customers to park in a Tesla vehicle on their own, but without needing a Tesla reservation.NISACA Autocars Autonomous Driving Platform (ADP) and NISCAR’s Autonomous Vehicles Technology (AT) will continue to be used to deliver AutoCar services in the future.
NISA’s ADP platform will be used for the NAS AutoCar system and will provide customers with a fully autonomous vehicle.
AutoCAR’s AT platform will provide access to AutoCar’s Autonomy Control, which will allow customers to request and purchase AutoCar-compliant vehicle insurance and to access all the features of AutoCAR in one easy to use interface.NIST will also provide the NIST-certified Automobile Technology Platform for the Autonomous Vehicle Technology and Automotive Control (ATAC) Service.
NIST has already certified the NISA Automobile Technologies Platform for Autonomous Technology (ATS), the NISM Automobile Platform for Automotive Systems (NATAS), and the NISC Automobile Solutions Platform for Intelligent Vehicles (ANSIS).NISACo Automobiles and Tesla are working closely together to make sure that the AutoCar program is available in all states.
NAS will launch AutoCar globally in 2020.