Android is already in our phones and tablets, but what about cars? French Parrot unveiled a car stereo system powered by Google’s mobile OS last year – ASTEROID. Now Clarion is entering the same market with a similar product called Mirage. It’s a 6.5-inch system with a built-in GPS, radio, SD card slot, USB port, Bluetooth and a number of preloaded apps like Facebook and Angry Birds. Needless to say, Clarion doesn’t suggest playing any game or checking your friends on Facebook while driving, but it’s a cool thing to be able to do so while waiting for someone in a car. Or to allow other people in the vehicle to entertain themselves while you drive.

Unfortunately you can’t get the Clarion Mirage in a local store. The company is pitching the new product towards car makers which – if everything goes as planned – will integrate it into their vehicles and additionally make it sing along vehicle telematics and readouts, reverse camera, steering wheel controls, a DVD player or changer…