Valeo showcased a Range Rover equipped with its technology in the driverless car demo at this year's CES 2014.
In the demo, a staff member standing nearby, simply swiped an iPhone app control, and the Range Rover started driving, on the look out for a parking spot. Eventually, when it did find an open spot, it parked as if a pro driver was maneuvering the steering. Surprisingly, it was even able to move forward and correct to ensure that the car was evenly between the cars to either side. The car was acting on its own, with no in-built programmed routes.