2011年6月28日星期二

Taiwan's revised LUXGEN7 SUV offers THINK+ computer, defends itself from thieves

Tired of the ho hum amenities within your luxury SUV? Us too. Luckily for affluent drivers in Taiwan, the THINK+ in-car computer situated within the comfy confines of the LUXGEN7 MPV offers plenty of innovation. First, the vehicle boasts an anti-theft seat feature that pinches the driver's seat up against the steering wheel -- some would call it old-fashioned frustration, but we'll just stick with "brilliant." Moving right along, an intelligent powered tailgate can be configured as a means to prevent collisions in tight spaces. The whip also has four visual assistance systems that include 360 degree surveillance, blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and a night vision enhancement system. At a price comparable to other luxury SUVs on the US market (around $25,800 to $35,400), there's just one convenience missing that Taipei's taxis seem to already have: unchecked television access.

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