Nissan are experimenting with an adapted Nissan Leaf to see whether the car can park itself and even find the parking space to begin with.
The car has sensors which detect reflective white lines on the floor. It then uses cameras to guide the car into the space. At present the car only works with reflective white paint, so could not be used out on the main roads but could certainly take the stress out of car-park chaos.
Using your Smartphone, you can even order the car to find a parking space and when you are ready order the car to return to you.
The car has built in security cameras to deter any jealous thieves
Nissan don’t know if and when it could bring the vehicle out to the mainstream market, but is enjoying working on this novel idea.
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