Nissan recently revealed its development of the Emergency Assist for Pedal Misapplication technology, which aims to reduce the number of accidents that are caused by pedal misapplication.

According to Nissan, the new technology will debut on the new Nissan Elgrand MPV by the end of the year and shows the company's commitment to making sure owners of Nissan vehicles have the best in technology and safety.

Nissan has spent years refining the technology that assists drivers in avoiding collisions and has commercialized many ensuing safety technologies in the process, including the emergency assist for pedal misapplication, which is also referred to as the Carpark Detection Function.

The Japanese automaker also established the Vision Zero safety goal, which attempts to eliminate deaths and serious injuries as a result of traffic accidents. While improving the performance of its vehicles, Nissan is also deploying its Safety Shield, which designates the condition a car experiences into six stages ranging from "normal driving conditions" to "post-accident conditions."

Nissan also recently announced that the first production Nissan Juke-R is ready for delivery to new car dealers across the country, which could increase the automaker's revenue.