Microsoft and West Coast Customs (they of MTV's Pimp My Ride fame) have teamed up to create the ultimate in geeky muscle - a PC-pimped Ford Mustang.
With neon blue lighting up the wheels and grille, contrasting with a matte black paint job, the so-called 'Micro-Stang' is actually amazing.
Called 'Project Detroit' officially, the car is a clever mash up of old, new and yet-to-exist.
West Coast Customs has taken the chassis and interior of a 2012 Ford Mustang, but replaced the body with one based on the '67 model. After applying the matte black finish, the inside is overhauled including a tablet PC for the passenger-side dashboard - much more useful than an airbag.
The complete catalogue of Microsoft hard- and software is incorporated into the car, including an Xbox360 with Kinect, Windows Azure, Bing and a Windows phone. There's not an iPad in sight. (The very iPad-like tablet in the dash isn't actually an iPad.)
The software means that drivers can locate the car, lock or unlock it from afar, using a Windows phone.
Unveiled officially on Sunday's Inside West Coast Customs on US TV, the car is designed to showcase