This self-parking car demo went terribly wrong by Alex Fitzpatrick @FortuneMagazine May 26, 2015, 4:23 PM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons A demo for a self-parking Volvo XC60 did not go as planned last week, when the car plowed into a group of onlookers expecting it to automatically stop. In the video, embedded below, viewers can see the Volvo slowly rolling backward, pausing, and then abruptly accelerating into two observers watching the demonstration. Luckily, according to the video’s description, the two men seen here were bruised but not seriously hurt. It’s a little unclear what happened here. The original video, posted on Remolacha.net, suggests the car malfunctioned while trying to self-park. However, the car doesn’t look like it’s actually parking. Volvo believes the dealer in question was trying to demonstrate theXC60’s pedestrian detection feature, an optional $3,000 upgrade which this particular model may have lacked. “It seems they are trying to demonstrate pedestrian detection and auto-braking,” said Volvo spokesperson Johan Larsson in an email to Fusion. “Unfortunately, there were some issues in the way the test was conducted.” Another Volvo spokesperson told MONEY that Volvo is looking into the issue. “The company is doing an investigation to see what the vehicle was equipped with and to see what that dealer is trying to demonstrate,” said Jim Nichols, Volvo Product and Technology Communications Manager, in a phone interview.