Self-parking/driving technology hasn’t been widely implemented yet, but it may soon come as a standard feature in cars of the near future . Continue reading for some examples.

Self-Driving VW

BBC reports that Volkswagen has developed an innovative new car “that can drive itself at speeds of up to 80 mph.”

The vehicle uses laser sensors and computer technology to navigate obstacles and regulate its speed. Tom Symonds reports


BMW’s “Auto Park” System

Hate parallel parking? BMW does the hard work for you with it’s new “Auto Park” technology.

A reflective lens is placed at the head of the parking and a video camera measures the distance and angle between the car and the lens. Then the car calculates trajectory and activates the gas pedal and steering wheel as the situation merits


Self-Parking Lexus

Winding Road Magazine demonstrates the Lexus LS460L’s self-parking function. This luxury sedan sports a 380hp, 4.6L V8 engine that boosts it from 0-60 in just 5.4 seconds