I found a video of someone parking with the Q30 parking assist. Looks like it takes a minute or two to get in and another minute to get out of the parallel parking space. Perfect for someone like me who's bullocks at parallel parking.
Is there a requirement to how much parking space the park assist needs? I know some people can parallel park into tight spaces but will the park assist be able to do the same or would it need an abundance of space?
My only worry is how it would handle both moving traffic and parallel parking at the same time. In the city there may be a car behind me waiting for me to finish parking, would the sensors detect that and consider it a parked car?
Google recently signed a partnership with Fiat Chrysler to come out with self driving cars so Infiniti won't be getting it before them. You concerns are a long ways away. For now, auto parking and cruise control seems to be working fine and are enough for the average driver.