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[TEST] City Park Full Automatic: how it works

A car that parks on its own? In your dreams? Not necessarily

A dream that is set to become reality with City Park Full Automatic developed by PSA Peugeot Citroën!

The existing Park Assist function already makes light work of parking manœuvres. Available on the Peugeot 208 and Citroën C4, Park Assist identifies a suitable parking place on the driver’s request. Once it has located a spot, Park Assist automatically controls the steering for neat parallel parking. During manoeuvres, the driver keeps control of the accelerator and clutch.

As part of a preview for readers of In Movement, I was able to test City Park Full Automatic, an upgrade of Park Assist, on a prototype C4 Picasso.
Rather than giving you a long speech, just watch the pictures of how this application works.

So, ready to park without touching the steering wheel, pedals or gearbox? You will need to wait a little while yet. The arrival of this function on our vehicles is scheduled for 2017.

You can also watch a video of City Park Full Automatic presented by Delphine Duperray, innovation project manager.

What do you think of this new application?

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