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MOTORING : The eyes have it.

NISSAN wants drivers to have eyes everywhere - by totally eliminating blind spots around the vehicle.

All Nissans can currently be specified with the rear-parking camera, which gives a view of what's below the rear window/boot line, but the firm is now aiming to increase the number of cameras to include front and side views, which will put the driver well in the picture when it comes to normally-invisible areas.

The system will be seen first on big luxury Nissans, some time in 2008, and could arrive in Britain shortly afterwards
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 29, 2005
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