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  1. #1 Bringing old cars up to cutting edge technology 
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    https://www.ft.com/content/46d664d0-...0-ecf0bddad227 no need to trade your car in for a technological update.

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    Sorry about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by eismann82 View Post
    Sorry about that

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    No worries, it happens.


    This link works: http://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other...ars/ar-AAjtWC9

    My seven-year-old Mini Cooper is at the cutting edge of automotive technology. No, really. It has a camera that shows what is behind me when I reverse, beeping to alert me to obstacles. A see-through display on the dashboard shows me where to go without me having to look down at maps on my phone. With a wave of my hand, I can answer calls or have text messages read to me.


    None of this tech came built into my Mini. A growing number of consumer-electronics start-ups are bringing the latest features of new high-end cars to the rest of us. Taking only a few minutes to install, these auto accessories pair with a car and a smartphone to improve safety and connectivity on the road although they cost a lot more than a pair of furry dice.
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    Very cool stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    No worries, it happens.


    This link works: http://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other...ars/ar-AAjtWC9
    Thank you

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