Has anybody heard anything about somebody making an Android-based car stereo? I'm not talking about a carputer, but an actual typical single or double-din head unit. It seems to me that it would be a perfect platform for modern media: - It's already capable of playing MP3s and other formats. - You could easily build-in cellular capabilities to allow Pandora or other streaming sources. - You aren't stuck with an interface you don't really like to get the hardware you do, it could be easily customized. - Automatic syncing of your Android phone and car stereo media libraries. - Pairing to Android phones to stream media through Bluetooth or by plugging it in to let it charge as well would be super easy. - Navigation that doesn't rely on DVDs or uploaded firmware, but uses constantly updated Google maps. - Being able to send maps and/or points of interest from your PC or phone straight to the car. - Dyno apps would be a natural fit - Android car stereo + Bluetooth OBD II transceiver = reading / resetting codes, reading car sensor data without separate tool. - Voice controls. It seems to me that this would be a natural fit, yet I haven't heard anything about it... If Microsoft can have Sync in Fords, surely somebody must be thinking about Android for ICE right?