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Owner unveils Xbox-enabled dream car that’s a gaming paradise on wheels

A simple, yet effective hack – we're surprised more people aren't doing it.
  • A creative genius has hooked a first-generation Xbox up to their vehicle’s infotainment screen
  • The console is powered by a 150W socket in the rear of the vehicle’s center armrest, and is connected to the display on the dash using an AV cable
  • The Xbox-enabled dream car really is a gaming paradise

Published on Feb 16, 2024 at 8:58PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 20, 2024 at 1:14PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – we never cease to be amazed by some people’s ingenuity.

For all you gamers out there, take note – you might want to give this a go yourself.

Someone has actually hooked an Xbox up to their vehicle’s infotainment screen so they can play it, creating a gamer’s dream car.

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Talk about the perfect way to cure boredom when you’re sitting in a parking lot waiting for your other half.

To power the console, they’ve used a 150W power socket located in the rear of the vehicle’s center armrest.

And to get the display working, they’ve connected the console via an AV cable to the vehicle’s display on the dash.

The fact they’re using a first-generation Xbox rather than an Xbox 360, Xbox One, Xbox Series X or Series S, gives the video a retro vibe.

A simple, yet so effective solution – we’re surprised more people aren’t doing it.

That being said, there’s a Sony-Honda EV on the horizon that could come with a built-in PS5.

Now you’re talkin’!

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