Nissan Opens New Research Center in Silicon Valley

While Detroit is still the hub of the U.S. auto industry, California’s Silicon Valley is quickly becoming the center for automotive technology innovation — and the site of research labs for car companies.

The latest example is Nissan’s new research center, which will focus on autonomous driving and connected cars.

Earlier this week, the Japanese automaker and its partner Renault opened the Nissan Research Center Silicon Valley to form “collaborative partnerships with companies and research institutions in this global technology hub.

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