Garmin's smartphone-compatible HUD makes an appearance at IFA 2013, we go eyes-on

Sarah Silbert
S. Silbert|09.06.13

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Garmin HUD

The connected car concept has gained plenty of traction, but not everyone can afford an Audi or BMW to get that functionality built in. Deutsche Telekom's hoping to bring a taste of that luxury to the masses by pairing its Navigon Telekom Edition app with Garmin's heads-up display. This version of the app, available exclusively for German customers, brings heads-up directions, speed limit and other important stats to the HUD, provided it's connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Garmin's dash-mounted hardware is already available stateside for $150, but it's up for grabs here at IFA for €149. We go eyes-on in the gallery below.

Gallery: Garmin smartphone HUD eyes-on | 6 Photos


Zach Honig contributed to this report.

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