- Tram Ho
Until now, remote control cars are often associated with children’s toys. However, on social networks recently appeared a video of a man using a remote control to “drive” a car out of a parking lot, attracting a lot of attention from netizens.
Accordingly, with only the remote control in hand, this person can easily “drive” the car forward and backward, turn left and right and take the car from the parking lot to the pickup point. The distance from this person’s position to the parking lot is about 20m and the car only takes about 40 seconds to move to the pickup point.
When the car arrived, the man walked over to open the door on the driver’s side and it was noticeable that this position was completely empty. According to research, the modern car in the video above comes from BYD brand, the largest electric car company in China.
In fact, BYD remote control technology has been introduced since 2012 on the F5 model as BYD Remote Drive. The purpose of equipping this technology of the Chinese automaker is to help drivers cope with tight parking lots. In parking lots so close together that the driver can’t open the car door, remote control technology really comes into play. In addition, in rainy weather conditions, the driver can drive the car closer to him without stepping outside.
Vehicles when this feature is applied only runs at a speed of about 1.7-1.8 km/h. In addition, the driver must also be very close to the vehicle in case of entering or leaving the parking space, in order to be able to carefully observe and avoid collisions with nearby vehicles.
Source : Genk