My 13 Cruze Eco did it and my 17 Accord Sport does it but after a certain time frame (16 or 17) the push to start Accords don't lock when the wheel is turned after the ignition is off.
LOL AUTOVLOG "what happens when you.... with a Fusion" (video series) pretty much proved why this would suck to lock a moving car.The locks were implemented decades ago when it was easy to hotwire and start a car. Locking the wheel was somewhat of a theft deterrent and supposed to make the car un-drivable if the engine was running, but was pretty easy to break the column on most cars. With the newer electronics and anti-theft it appears they're moving away from locking columns. Probably saves the automaker money and might be considered a safety consideration with push-button start where you wouldn't want the wheel to accidentally lock while the car is moving is someone accidentally pressed the ignition button.