Nissan is developing its next-generation self-driving system upgrade called the ProPilot 2.0. The new Nissan car feature could rival Tesla’s Autopilot system. Here’s what we know about this new feature upgrade.

According to CNN, the Nissan ProPilot 2.0 will be pushed out as the company releases a new Skyline sedan. This new system relies on cameras, radars and sonars to help the car orient and navigate itself on the road. However, this self-driving system allows the driver to give up its full autonomy as the system will also monitor will check if they’re looking at the road through a camera.

ProPilot 2.0’s self-driving features include allowing the car to maintain running on a single lane alone. Its systems allow the car to stay inside the lane and keep a safe distance from nearby vehicles. Even if the driver’s hands are off the wheel, the ProPilot 2.0 system can handle these basic features just fine. If there are any upcoming major turns, lane switches and other major traffic decisions, the system would inform the driver soon.

This new system will reportedly be released around fall and would only be available in Japan. Nissan plans to introduce this feature to other cars other than the Skyline sedan.

On the other end, Tesla’s Autopilot system has been receiving flak due to its issues. At times, the Autopilot system would do risky maneuvers such as mindlessly overtaking some cars and merging into lanes unsafely. Since Tesla has built their Autopilot services for full autonomy, accident-prone maneuvers like this can be twice as dangerous as the company is encouraging drivers to do something else.

For now, we’ll have to wait until later this year for Nissan to release the Skyline sedans with these features. On the other hand, Tesla’s next vehicle that could have autodriving systems could be the 2020 edition of the Roadster. We’ll still have to find out if Tesla has improved the Autopilot system. Fans will also get the chance to see if Nissan’s self-driving features can rival Tesla’s technology.