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Modern Head Unit for Mitsubishi Eclipse 2008 Spyder Convertible

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Modern Head Unit for Mitsubishi Eclipse 2008 Spyder Convertible

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Old 01-05-2019, 08:30 PM
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Default Modern Head Unit for Mitsubishi Eclipse 2008 Spyder Convertible

Hello,
I have a 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Convertible and I wanted to change the head unit to a more modern touch screen. I want:
1) When I start the car it should connect to my phone and give me options to lauch my favorite podcast app etc.
2) When I reverse the car it should show me what is behind my car
3)When I switch the side blinkers show what is to that side of me
4)If I can get radar warnings etc. when I try to change lanes and there is car next to me then great

I understand that all of these would require different components but any idea as to how I could get started on a project like this? Should I just go to the nearest body shop and ask them to get it done or buy components on my own?
 
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