Very rarely am I left open-mouthed by a new automotive invention, but this one left me gobsmacked. Land Rover is experimenting with a system that employs a camera, mounted in the front bumper, which projects its image on a heads-up display in the windshield shaped exactly like the driver's view of the hood, pardon me, bonnet. The effect is of being able to see right through the hood/bonnet, engine, and suspension to the trail as the vehicle drives over it.
Not only would this hugely improve wheel placement, it would also end that stomach-tightening moment as you crest a blind rise.
Watch the video:
Wired has more on the story HERE.
Yes, I checked, and the story was posted April 9th, not April 1st.