2017 Nissan X-Trail X-Scape boasts £500 drone

A revolutionary new 2017 Nissan X-Trail X-Scape will be limited to no more 200 units in Great Britain. The car comes with an extraordinary standard option – a camera drone worth £500. Perhaps, it’s the first non-military car with its own drone.  As the car maker states, the major idea is that the camera drone can be employed to capture the driver’s road adventures.

Notwithstanding the drone comes with Nissan branding, that’s a Parrot Bebop 2. It’s a lightweight craft, which weighs 500g. The drone features a remote control along with headset. Additionally, it’s capable of operating autonomously, following the driver’s phone’s GPS signal via a corresponding mobile application. As for its flight time, it accounts for more than 25 minutes. It captures scenes on its way by means of a 14 megapixel camera.

You’ll get this stuff if you decide to purchase the 2017 Nissan X-Trail X-Scape, expected to come to the United Kingdom and Europe soon. Aside from the drone, the vehicle will offer a panoramic sunroof,  sat-nav as well as roof rails.

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