Japanese carmaker Nissan is planning big technological updates with its cars, and in 2017, Nissan will introduce an optional notification system.
Notification system being a first for cars made by Nissan, the technology will make its debut in India and Japan next year.
The notification system will be able to alert drivers about maintenance or service the car would require. This tech update is part of Nissan's advancement towards inter-connected technology.
Nissan is looking forward to boost sales volume at the moment, and the carmaker has revealed to Reuters that technology related services may drive up to 25 per cent of Nissan's post-sales revenue by 2022.
Speaking of sales and India, Nissan will be launching the GT-R aka the ‘Godzilla' in India in December. The launch, Scheduled to take place on December 2, 2016, is expected to be priced at Rs 1.9 crore.
When launched, the GT-R will go on sale for the first time in India officially, and dealers are already accepting booking for the supercar, with an advance amount of Rs 25 lakh.