If you’re tired of spending your Saturday washing your car, Nissan wants you to know it’s here to help you take back your weekend. The car manufacturer is currently working on a self-cleaning car, which uses paint that is hydrophobic and oleophobic. In other words, it repels both water and oil.
The paint is called Ultra Ever Dry and has been tested a number of times by the Nissan Technical Centre in Britain. After applying the coat, dirt will slide off the car. The tests have been carried out on a Nissan Note so far.
Currently, the paint is just in the testing phase and Nissan hasn’t revealed any plans to make the paint a standard for its cars. Check out Nissan’s introduction to the self-cleaning car below: