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Read this: That wasn’t meant to happen! A demonstration of dating in Dazhou 2017 collision avoidance feature of a brand new Nissan Rogue did not go to plan. The vehicle was being shown off at a Chinese auto show on May 20 when the vehicle failed to brake and smashed into the show’s hostess who thought the car would stop automatically.

The show’s organiser said the system failed to work due to ‘improper operation’ by the staff. The horrifying scene happened at the annual Spring Auto Show in Dazhou City of southwest China. A three-second clip by Asiawire shows the hostess standing in front of the Nissan car introducing the Nissan’s forward emergency braking software. According to the official website, the software is designed to detect obstacles and help drivers avoid collisions by automatically braking.

However, the vehicle did not decelerate and it slammed into the hostess sending her ten feet backwards before coming to a halt. The woman suffered bruises and was immediately sent to hospital for check-ups, according to Chinese media autohome. The auto show organiser attributed the failed demo to ‘improper operation’ by the staff. It did not disclose if the failure was related to the design of the forward emergency braking software. How could you stuff it up? The comments below have not been moderated. We are no longer accepting comments on this article.

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The horrifying scene happened at the annual Spring Auto Show in Dazhou City of southwest China. A three-second clip by Asiawire shows the hostess standing in front of the Nissan car introducing the Nissan’s forward emergency braking software. According to the official website, the software is designed to detect obstacles and help drivers avoid collisions by automatically braking. However, the vehicle did not decelerate and it slammed into the hostess sending her ten feet backwards before coming to a halt. The woman suffered bruises and was immediately sent to hospital for check-ups, according to Chinese media autohome. The auto show organiser attributed the failed demo to ‘improper operation’ by the staff.

It did not disclose if the failure was related to the design of the forward emergency braking software. How could you stuff it up? The comments below have not been moderated. We are no longer accepting comments on this article.

Could tackling your garden this summer make you happier? Prince Harry and Prime Minister Theresa May attending the Commonwealth Youth Forum at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London. ANOTHER royal baby on the way? It’s beyond arrogant to think you can do better than Agatha Christie! Lloyd’s of London over the musician’s cancelled tour. Cardi B gyrates and twerks her way through raunchy Coachella show as pregnant rapper tells fans ‘I’m running outta breath! Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk ‘secretly wed’?

Read this: That wasn’t meant to happen! A demonstration of a collision avoidance feature of a brand new Nissan Rogue did not go to plan. The vehicle was being shown off at a Chinese auto show on May 20 when the vehicle failed to brake and smashed into the show’s hostess who thought the car would stop automatically. The show’s organiser said the system failed to work due to ‘improper operation’ by the staff.