Trendy urban car firm Smart some time ago latched onto the fact that its customer base is likely to be keen on the iPod, and so launched a special "i-move" model designed to accommodate one of Apple's music players on its dashboard - although at £12,500 it has been at the pricey end of iPod case options. The firm has since become even more smitten with things Apple: its recent Geneva Motor Show stand was graced by the mutant offspring of a Smart ForFour and a first-generation iMac. Two cars were bedecked inside and out with translucent coloured plastic panels, offering glimpses of the inner workings of doors, engine bay and dashboard. Sneak is not sure that it is such a good idea to bring Apple design onto the road, given the IT industry's tendency to build machines that crash every now and then without warning.
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