You know that we are all created differently, and for some, doing something might be considered as child’s play, while others will struggle with it. Take parking your car into a tight spot for example – some relish the challenge and pull it off brilliantly, while others take ages to park before giving up (not before sharing paint with the other car to boot) and spending more money for valet parking. With Nissan’s Pivo 3 electric car, it will feature an Automated Valet Parking (AVP) system. As the name implies, the car can park itself without any help from the driver. I am not quite sure how long that will take in a potentially tight spot, as surely there is an algorithm programmed that does not allow the Pivo 3 to take chances – I guess this is when you override its command and take over the wheel. Check out the Pivo 3 in action in the video after the jump.
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