Zdaxxy™ January 19, 2012 01:10 PM I do not care what GM comes up with. They bailed and made their stock worthless and people lost all their money and then with their new IPO they didn\'t offer anything to the old stock holders!? GM can burn, I will never own another GM product. john.f.turpin January 19, 2012 01:16 PM Windows are made to look through. If a window isn\'t needed for seeing outside it wouldn\'t have been designed in. So, at night would these light up, making it impossible for the driver to see something in the blind spot? Joseph Shimandle January 19, 2012 02:39 PM Gives the kids something to play with while they wait for the tow truck to haul thier broken down GM to the garage. GM needs to focus on reliability and not more gadgets that will break. jackthedog January 19, 2012 02:50 PM Great! GM is perpetuating yet another vehicle distraction in the name of entertainment to the detriment of concentration & safety. Fred Raimondi January 19, 2012 02:59 PM All pretty weak ideas. I can\'t believe that NONE of them came up with an AR (augmented reality) application that shows you MORE than what is actually there. Naturally, it couldn\'t work with items close to the car (yet) because it wouldn\'t be able to update fast enough, but in a slow moving or stopped car it could. Based on the speed of the car it would know how far out it COULD work. Carol Wilkerson January 19, 2012 03:18 PM I can think of so many reasons why this idea is bad. But what comes to mind first is that GM should stop coming up with new gizmos that are potentially unsafe and fix the really bad systems in their vehicles. For instance, dash clusters that suddenly stop working leaving the driver unsure of speed, gas in the tank, and temp of the engine. Add to that their faulty windshield wiper motors that conk out suddenly and could cause a deadly accident. They need to focus on being responsible and not on being cutting edge. Mirmillion January 19, 2012 03:28 PM Just wait for the interactive windshield and rear window. Side-view mirrors will shrink or disappear in favor of cameras and associated displays at the bottom corners of the windshield. All data, including GPS and forward-looking infra-red can be displayed on the windshield (and made configurable /moveable / user customizable). The rear window will be used for emergency messages, advertising, as a sun shade or blinking strobe for white-out and foggy conditions. Predict that, once again, North American car makers and investment banks will fail to develop & produce these products and that European or Asian car makers will be first to market. Sydneysider January 19, 2012 11:31 PM If only GM would focus on designing great cars... they should go back to basics. While the cars have improved they are not a patch on competitors. Top end German cars are streets ahead (along with Lexus)... The middle ground is very crowded and GM is not in the race and the lower end has no margin in it and is dominated by Koreans and Chinese product that will only get better...Hyundai is already taking the best value spot in nearly all segments of the car market (including the upper end.) Electronic Enes January 20, 2012 12:08 PM Wow, are you guys really that out of touch and hard assed that you dont see how cool this would be for your kids? I distinctly remember being the back seat of the car on a decent length trip gazing out the window imaging all sorts of things. My fingers running along the top of the door panel imagining my \"little dude\" is running along side of us jumping the banks and whatever else may come zooming by. This just a high tech version of that. Now the kids really do have a character to control along the roadside landscape as you zips by. Granted is a little strange but damn, which I had something like this 25 years ago! :) grtbluyonder January 23, 2012 10:38 AM JD Powers recently released a list of the automobiles that customers liked most and were likely to purchase again. GM was not on the list. An automobile is is means of transportation, and is not a home theater. GM needs to concentrate on making better, lighter, comfortable, and fuel efficient vehicles that customers want to buy, that customers will like when they\'ve bought it, and will buy from GM again. They are a long way from this business fundamental right now. Once again, GM\'s leadership is muddled and lost. Tech toys will not push their cars and company to success. Apparently they have learned nothing.