Nissan and Microsoft have partnered to show that they can deliver as much impotent grandeur as any other auto/software maker duo.
The vendors this week announced that they will unveil the first "fully integrated gaming system within a vehicle."
"Conceived by Nissan Design America Inc. (NDA) and equipped with the Xbox 360 next-generation video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the Nissan URGE concept car allows drivers (while parked) to play 'Project Gotham Racing 3' using the car's own steering wheel, gas pedal and brake pedal while viewing the game on a flip-down seven-inch LCD screen," Nissan and Microsoft said in a statement.
Does Microsoft have to be a part of everything?
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Does Microsoft Have To Be A Part Of Everything?
- By: Greg PonesseDec 29, 2005