By Ethan Dougherty
on 10.7.11
Photo by TomTom

Five years from now, preschoolers may look at aftermarket GPS systems in the same puzzled way today’s youth looks at Pong. Despite their doomed existence, though, the idea of having Jeremy Clarkson’s dry voice begrudgingly spout off directions in the TomTom Go Live Top Gear GPS was just too much for us to ignore. Outside of the celebrity guidance mode, the device features plenty of useful specs such as TomTom HD traffic for recognizing gridlock, plus a free year of TomTom Live services for accessing fuel price, weather, and local search information on the road. You can also use the GPS for a hands-free Bluetooth speaker to access your mobile address book, see who’s calling, or dial out. Special Top Gear points of interest such as racetracks are called out too, in addition to more practical stops — just in case you care to try your luck at beating the Stig.

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