[GR]RCXJIjxvPNE[\/GR]\r\nMainstream infotainment, or nav systems in cars are for the most part mediocre at best. \u00a0The screens are often small, the UIs terrible, and the processors so slow you're better off finding directions using a physical paper map. \u00a0 Only if car manufacturers would get on board and ship their cars with tablets, such as the iPad or in this case the iPad Mini.\r\n\r\nNot more than hours after the WiFi only iPad Mini became available for purchase,\u00a0Soundwaves of Tampa installed the 7.9-inch tablet into the dash of a 2012 Toyota Corolla. Odd car choice, but from the looks of it the center stack of this vehicle has the perfect dimensions. \u00a0There doesn't appear to be a built-in Lightning cable for charging and sending audio to the car's amps, but it does feature a rather unique mount that angles open and hinges closed to provide a very seamless experience. \u00a0The iPad Mini complete replaces the car's stereo, so volume and a few other options are controlled via a relatively unsightly aftermarket part, which we assume is part of a Bluetooth setup, and connects the\u00a0iPad Mini to the Corolla's speakers. \u00a0What we don't understand is how they got online since the WiFi+Cellular Mini isn't available to mid-November. \u00a0Either they're using the WiFi in the shop, or they've got a Hotspot setup.\r\n\r\nAccording to Soundwaves the tablet can be installed in most cars for about $800, though you'll need to tack on the price of other parts as well as the price of the iPad Mini itself, which starts at a rather painful $329.