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  • Oct 14, 2013
On October 14th, Autoblog launched its first virtual-reality car buying experience for iPad and Android tablet users. Autoblog 360 uses the accelerometer inside your device to let you virtually interact with a car.

Autoblog 360 lets users mimic the in-car experience, allowing you to zoom-in on details throughout the vehicle. Moving the tablet lets you look around the car, peek into the back seats, check out the glovebox or look more closely at the finish on door paneling. There are even hot spots inside which, when selected, show more information including power figures, fuel economy data, sticker price and more. Head over to the iTunes store or Google Play to download for your tablet and check it out for yourself.


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