Nissan has unveiled an advanced car paint that could make the need to go to the car wash go the way of the Commodore 64.

So far, it's still in the testing stages as engineers need to see how the dirt-repelling power lasts.

In the following video, the automaker coated a Nissan Note with "super-hydrophobic" and "oleophobic", which respectively repels water and oils.

And as you can see in the demonstration for "the world's first self-cleaning car," muddy puddle water simply rolls off the self-cleaning paint while the regular paint gets dirty.

If this comes out, I'd seriously consider getting me a Nissan!