Baby co-driver
Stuff Magazine|August/September 2021
To help you harness your inner speed demon, Garmin has created a driving performance analyser to stick in your car on track days

R19 000 / garmin.com

Motorsport is expensive, but track days where you turn up in something mechanically sound for a few laps are increasingly affordable. So this is a circuit GPS that draws on Garmin’s sensor, accelerometer and camera tech to create a virtual racing coach.

The 6.95in touchscreen tablet mounts to your windscreen and all interaction is via the large, bright and easy-to-read display – which it needs to be for cursory glances at over 160km/h. A separate camera captures 1080p video and offers overlays of performance data.

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