If your backseat passengers are enjoying the ride with the headrest DVD player, then you can always use this touchscreen sun visor to give the same first class service to the person sitting next to you.
This programmable digital tire pressure gauge from Accutire features a large backlit LCD screen, a LED flashlight, and it remembers the recommended pressure for your front and rear tires.
This headrest features a built-in DVD and MP4 player with a 7-inch TFT LCD 16:9 widescreen, allowing you to concentrate at the driving while your backseat passengers are watching a good movie.
This 4-port USB charger sits in your car’s cigarette lighter and allows you to connect and charge up to four different USB devices. There is also a DC port with many adapters, so that you can charge your mobile phone too.
The guys over at the great SlipperyBrick technology and gadgets blog has compiled a list of 11 awesome geek-themed art cars.
For those of you who liked the V8 Alarm Clock, here comes another car inspired timepiece – an analog alarm clock shaped like a steering wheel.
PhoneTrip is a handy little device that easily, and without any wires, allows you to transmit your mobile phone calls through the car’s stereo speakers.
The BergToys company has come up with this cool pedal car. It’s based on the Ferrari FXX and equipped with lots of stuff you would find in the real car.
This radio controlled amphibious vehicle runs on land and in the water, giving you a double amount of R/C fun for the price of one.
This product from Anycom is described as the “world’s first solar-powered cell-phone car speaker system with Bluetooth wireless technology”.
This radio controlled spy car has a feature that you won’t find with the R/C Snooper Robot or the Rovio Wi-Fi Spy Robot – it allows you to spy in the dark.
A Start Trek chandelier hanging from the ceiling and the Enterprise telephone on your desk, but still having a hard time getting your Trekkie message across? No problem, the solution is out there.
Get dressed for success with the Mario costume and get ready for some fun in true gaming geek style with the Carrera Mario Kart Go slot-racing system.
Tired of all those tiny radio controlled helicopters and planes that have become so popular lately? Want to try out something bigger? Here’s your chance.
The Rayzer automotive auxiliary light from Visualeyes will increase visibility at night by a factor of 300% compared to conventional auxiliary lamps.
It’s almost like salt and pepper shakers has become the kitchen version of USB drives these days, they come in all kind of weird and cool shapes.
The London Science Museum has taken a new approach to the good ‘ol art of metal detecting by adding the technology to a radio controlled car.
This hands-free transmitter from Satechi will turn your car stereo into a giant headset using Bluetooth technology through FM transmission.
Sometimes you really wish you were living a bit outside the city center, like when reading about cool toys on wheels such as this little beauty.
There are geeks who likes having a circuit board clock, keyring or maybe a snack. Then there are those who covers their whole car with circuit boards. (Dark Roasted Blend via Nerdcore)