Track Santa from the comfort of your Cadillac

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That’s right kids!  This year Santa is flying in style in an OnStar-equipped, custom-built Star Duster 5000 sleigh. 
And you can track him in his new ride but forget doing it the old-fashioned way, sitting by the fire with your laptop repeatedly pushing F5 on the Santa Tracker site.  Now you can sit in your parents OnStar-equipped GM vehicle with the garage door down and the engine running in relative safety and comfort and track Ol’ Saint Nick by repeatedly pushing the blue button on the rearview mirror.
And with turn-by-turn directions at Santa’s fingertips, you know that come morning, if you didn’t get any presents it sure wasn’t because he had gotten lost.
Kids, please ask parents permission before even going near your parents cars!
Via Wired

6 Comments

  1. I know…! We've gone LED-stoplight-crazy in L.A., and I applaud the energy efficiency, but I never gave a thought to the ice-and-snow wintertime consequences in other parts of the world. Apparently no one else thought of it either…

  2. The Star Duster ran beside the Silver/Gold/Feather/Space Dusters of the early Malaise Era, and was in fact a trim package on top of the popular Space Duster. It offered a blinding disco-infused interior, pale yellow paint, acres of chrome, and a seriously upgraded heater in addition to the Space Duster's folding rear seat and optional (now standard) sunroof.

  3. Creepy! Its not enough for this fat guy to know when you are sleeping and when you are awake, but now you have a counteractive measure against this fat bastard, and you can keep tabs on him now!? From your dads CTS-V? Why? Now, if Ford Sync did this, then it would be awesome.

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