Published on October 4th,2010 at 3:18 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

Volkswagen Cars Get Valeo Auto-Park System

Volkswagen Cars Get Valeo Auto-Park System

Good news for inexperienced drivers is news that Volkswagen’s Touran and Sharan will come with Valeo’s Park4U auto-parking system, which uses ultrasonic sensors to automatically park the car without scraping across neighboring vehicles. Park4U has already appeared in Volkswagen, Audi, and Ford vehicles, among others.

This would be useful for budding drivers in space-challenged Japan!

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