FEMALE (Straight, dry delivery, British 45+, a la Helen Mirren)
We now know that there were 30 seconds that could have helped save the Titanic.
So… what if the Titanic was equipped with Predictive Forward Collision Warning?
The ship’s maiden voyage might have been less of a disaster, if they had altered course half a minute earlier.
Even in icy, low visibility weather, this technology can predict potential risks outside our field of vision.
Like a 75-million-tonne iceberg.
Just imagine, Leo could have worked on a film that got him his first, long-awaited Oscar way before 2016, without having to wrestle that bear or sleep inside a horse, naked. And that song would never have been made.
I’m not saying that Nissan’s Predictive Forward Collision Warning could have changed history, but I am saying that it can help to save your life today.