Here’s a cool parallel parking system which is built by 1950’s by famous mechanical engineer Cadillac. The system was never implemented “at large,” but this doesn’t remove anything from its actives and coolness. However, a series of different types of hydraulic pumps and gears push the spare wheel out from the trunk and rotates the back of the car easing the process of parallel parking.
In late 1953, Walker modified which is a new sedan car, Packard Cavalier from his California business client, Walker Research, and made it into one of the most famous postwar Packards. With the help of a series of additional features of hydraulic pumps and lines, gears, and the Packard’s left rear tire and continental spare tire, Walker came up with his own unique and special system for easing the parking procedure for car owners. Moreover, likes his idea of this at that time, leaving Walker’s prototype, his personal 1953 Packard Cavalier, the only known example featuring the patented system.
As, compared to nowadays, the car gets parked with the sensor which is attached to the rear and the camera on the dashboard with the help of which car gets parked easily.