London: Tired of traffic jams and lack of parking spaces? Well, there is good news for you, as scientists have designed an electric car that beats traffic congestion and parks itself.
The two-seat EN-V (Electric-Networked Vehicle) has been created to ease the common driver concerns as well as address environmental issues, energy consumption and affordability, reports the Daily Mail.
Most interestingly, a driver doesn``t need to be in the driving seat to achieve all this.
The EN-V from General Motors can rotate 360 degrees and be driven in manual mode with a driver or without.
The car runs on battery power for about 25 miles on a charge, with top speeds of 25 miles-per-hour.
The only loophole to this pint-sized vehicle is its inability to withstand collusion with a full-sized vehicle.