Toyota recently sponsored a competition to see who would come up with the most creative customized vehicle for the SEMA aftermarket auto products trade show.
One of the entries from Herbst Smith Fabrication went to great lengths to show how all of the functions of a Toyota 4Runner SUV could be controlled by the iPad.
The Oakley 4Runner has a camouflage-patterned vehicle wrap, LED lights and a rugged, metal roof rack designed to electronically lower and open to store two sets of skis at the press of an iPad button. The doors, music, windows and other interior features are controlled by three separate Apple iPads. To make sure the ordinary can range into the ridiculous, the ski-oriented vehicle also has a coffeemaker, a dryer for each ski glove and boot and a mountable grill in the cargo area.