Japanese car makers continue to keep us in work here at CNET car tech. Just when you thought that today's models had as much gadgetry onboard as possible, along comes Infiniti with its 2008 EX35, a model that introduces two brand new car technology features. The EX35 is the first production car to come with Around View Monitor, a camera-based parking aid that gives drivers a top-down surround view of the car and any obstacles in its vicinity. It is also the first car in the United States to come with a nonemergency active safety feature in the form of its Lane Departure Prevention (LDP) system, which builds on the Lane Depature Warning (LDW) of earlier Infiniti models by using a combination of cameras and ABS inputs to keep drivers in their lane on the freeway. The EX35 also comes with a barrage of entertainment tech and a paint job that apparently heals itself from scratches. Oh, and it packs some pretty peppy performance credentials, too. Check out our photos of the crossover space-age tech mobile here.
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