Top 4 Gadgets to Make an Old Car New

If you’ve got an old car, you’re not ready to buy some brand new wheels just yet or you already purchased last year’s model, you might find that your car isn’t quite as tech-savvy as it could be. While there are many exciting new developments in the car industry at the moment, manufacturers are only introducing these cool technological concepts in the latest cars. So what can you do if you’ve got an older car that isn’t gadgetised enough? Read through and find out!

Navdy Car HUD

For $299 you might think this gadget a little on the pricey side but you probably won’t when you find out what this nifty little device can do. Navdy Car HUD allows you to interact with your smartphone while keeping your eyes on the road by projecting the information from your phone to the road in front of your car.

Pioneer NEX

If you’ve been staying updated with the latest tech trends in cars then you’ll know that Apple CarPlay is a very handy feature. Pioneer has recently released their latest line of car tech and the Pioneer NEX CarPlay Receiver effortlessly connects your iPhone through Apple’s CarPlay connection, enabling your car access to all your smartphone’s on-board and cloud-based features. It retails for $455 but it’s still better than upgrading your car for the sake of some gadgetry.

Batman Brake Light Decal

Ok, so this one isn’t exactly needed or even that handy but it’s simply too cool not to list. The Batman break decal, is exactly as the name suggests. It’s made of quality vinyl and comes with instructions to show you how to cut it to size, you can choose one of three sizes in order to fit practically any car model. The best part? It’ only $4.99

Automatic Link Smart Driving Assistant by Automatic

If you’re not quite ready to upgrade your old car yet this super nifty gadget should make life a lot easier if anything goes wrong. The Automatic Link Smart Driving Assistant is a Bluetooth 4.0 dongle that connects to your cars on-board diagnostics (OBD) port. It’s the same plug your mechanic uses for diagnosing your car when it needs to be repaired. The information is then uploaded to your smartphone by a dedicated app.


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