DUNEDIN, New Zealand -- The difficulty of parallel parking will be a thing of the past if the designers of a new electric car have it their way.
Engineers in New Zealand and China unveiled the world's first electric car with motors on each wheel. With the push of a button it goes completely automatic and can parallel park itself.
The car can hit 62-miles-per-hour, and with a good battery it can drive for a month at a time. The car is expected to sell for about $10,000, but it won't be available commercially for at least two more years.