Arun Malhotra, managing director of Nissan Motor India Pvt.
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Nissan India has launched NissanConnect, an integrated information and communication platform that connects with the customer's smartphone to provide enhanced driving experience.
Managing Director of Nissan Motor India, Arun Malhotra said, "NissanConnect embodies the best of Nissan's innovative spirit and is created to enhance the overall driving experience for everyone". "Inspired by the future, NissanConnect will benefit our customers today".
NissanConnect apart from providing information and communication features, also helps users stay connected with their family and friends through the vehicle. NissanConnect is an app that connects with the auto via a telematics control unit (TCU)-an embedded system that controls tracking of the vehicle.