That looks awesome. But will this have any effect on the navi? bluetooth? etc.
I had a stock IS 250. No navigation, no bluetooth lol.
This will add infinite support for navi (whichever GPS software I choose to use on the iPad) .. As far as bluetooth, the Sony radio I'm installing in the single DIN cutout has bluetooth.
I can't wait to get this thing (he's shipping this morning apparently). I plan on having some final pictures posted here that he's taking before he sends it off. I plan on doing a full setup video and taking quite a few pics once it's all installed and running
The first one is just a small update. Something to cover the lid of the changer guts (which are now mounted behind the A/C controls) and also the single DIN framing with the cutout to run the 3.5mm aux cable (which will be spliced into the one going to the glove box
The second one is a shot from the top of it showing the cutout for the 3.5mm aux cord. The lighting in the picture makes it look really dark. But I know it's matched right (see the pics on page 4 and how close they matched the paint to the buttons). Also notice on the top left of the first pic ... there's the ashtray with the re-located airbag lights, clock and hazard button! lol
This is going to look so insane once it's installed... Given all the extra stuff that had to be done, I'm VERY happy with how it looks and I can't wait for it to get here ... I'll keep everybody posted!
I bought that original IS dash from an auto wrecker and sent it to Rafa. You guys can't install that dash style in place of the Nav? If you can, I'd just do what I did, modify that one, this way if you ever have to turn the car back to stock, you can.
My advice, if you don't need the Air, do the iPad Mini so you wouldn't neccesarily have to move the hazard button / airbag lights into the ashtray like I did lol.. I just needed the air for another application