Have you ever wanted a car that allows you to use your DS as a navigation remote for a car, allowing a passenger to input destinations and view maps and sightseeing information?
If your answer to this question is yes, then Toyota’s new Smart Navi car is the car for you. It features a system called Kuruma de DS (“Use the DS in the Car”) that uses a Bluetooth-enabled DS cartridge to sync the car and the system for use as a navigational aid. The interface features Miis and allows you to take quizzes and play sound from your DS in the car.
The system is rather pricey, I’m afraid. If you want one (and I’m not even sure if they’re available for purchase outside of Japan), it’ll cost you ¥206,850 ($2,586) for the car itself, plus ¥7,329 ($92) for the cartridge itself and the cost of a Nintendo DS if you don’t already have one (it’s unclear if the cartridge supports the 3DS system).