Nissan has unveiled a vehicle that can control its steering, acceleration and braking by its own.
Japan's second-largest carmaker has remodelled its "Serena" minivan with Nissan's ProPILOT technology, which will offer lane-centering and distance-monitoring functions for autonomous driving.
In heavy traffic, the technology will eliminate the need for a driver to use the controls such as accelerator and brake pedals.
Nissan has also equipped the Serena with a system that allows backseat passengers to open and close the door by foot when both hands are occupied.
Similar technologies have been already being used by Tesla Motors Daimler AG.