But wait, there’s more.
The iPhone can also be used to control basic functions, like the headlights and windshield wipers.
That’s all well and good, but this is the company that brought us the sQuba underwater sports car — so what else ya got?
Rinspeed also says the iChange — a pod-shaped, single-seat car — will expand to accommodate two other passengers at the push of a button. The configuration of the car depends on how many people you want to seat, because the roof can expand upward.
iPhone-Controlled Car to Demo at Geneva Motor Show (iPhone Central)
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