The original Dodge Viper was hailed as a concept car for the road, a 1960s throwback with 1990s performance. But there was at least one little detail that didn’t transfer from concept to production.
Automakers in Japan have been allowed to sell cars with cameras instead of mirrors since June 17th, Automotive News reports. Could this be a major step in the good and pure direction of the destruction of mirrors, the bane of humanity’s existence?
I'm willing to bet that in the near future, we will live in a world without mirrors. Yes, it sounds absurd. But hear me out.
In no time you will be a towing master capable of buying and hauling all kinds of crap around town thanks to the optional rear-view camera system now available on a variety of Ford truck and sports-utility models. Backup cameras have existed in years past, but this one is a bit different. It displays the backup video…
Our fraternal site that likes gadgets the way we love cars (i.e. more than girls) is reporting that a new GPS-powered mirror will help you avoid traffic cameras. The new GPS mirror – creatively called the "GPSmirror" – will also store and alert you to the location of red light cameras, construction zones, and