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Nissan’s rearview mirror switches to an LCD at the touch of a button

05
Mar
2014

We’ve seen cameras and screens integrated into cars in many ways over the years, but Nissan will make them front and center soon. Nissan’s new Smart Rearview Mirror will launch next year, offering a blend of a traditional mirror with a full-color display. While other manufacturers offer functionality and information in their “smart” rearviews, Nissan’s is hooked up to a wide-angle camera mounted at the back of the car. You’ve been able to purchase similar systems from after-market third parties for a while now, and this type of feature has been commonplace in concept cars for years, but Nissan looks to be one of the first manufacturers to offer the system as a standard add-on for road cars.

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