• Sep 6, 2006
Continuing on our recent theme of supercar logoed electronics, Becker has recently released a Ferrari F430 skinned GPS system at the IFA 2006 in Germany that should even work in a Fiat. The featured Becker Traffic Assist Pro 7929 is customized with Ferrari red coloring and the Ferrari logo printed on the device.

Seems like this is for Europe only right now, but the specs seem pretty good:
  • Voice guidance
  • Touchscreen display
  • 2D or 3D maps of the 37 countries
  • 2GB SD card
  • 4-inch display
  • MP3/WMA music player
  • Integrated 2-Watt speaker
  • Connector for external antenna
  • Reader of music MP3/WMA
  • JPEG photograph viewer
Even if your car will never drive like a Ferrari, perhaps it can at least navigate like one.

[Source: Navigadget]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Nice but too bulky, covers too much of the windshield.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Maybe I'm dating myself, but who could forget the "cool" Ferrari sunglasses of the early 80s? Now those looked great with a Members Only jacket.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Will it work in any car? If so I can just see it now. Import shows all around the country will feature Toyota Supras with plasma screen tv's all over the place, and a Ferrari navigation system on the dash.
      • 8 Years Ago
      You know Ferrari is just one step from an SUV. Total Cheese.
      • 8 Years Ago
      ok, bring it over.
      • 8 Years Ago
      nifty idea for those who love labels but it does look quite large and klunky in comparison to other models
      • 8 Years Ago
      Oh, and ANYBODY who pays one extra dime to have the Ferrari logo on a t-shirt, a watch, a nav system, or whatever, is a BUFFOON.