JAPAN: Japanese-market Toyota Prius can park itself - report
By just-auto.com editorial team | 1 September 2003
A car that can park itself without the driver having to touch the steering wheel, said by maker Toyota to be a world first, went on sale in Japan on Monday, Reuters reported. The new hybrid petrol-electric Prius sedan uses electrically operated power steering and sensors that help guide the car when reversing into parking spaces, the report said.
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