Pioneer's top-end in-car navigation system is the new Avic-Z2, coincidentally a revision of the previous model, the Avic-Z1. Enhanced map features detail major cities down to the road islands, remember your favorite destinations and account for speed limits and turns when planning your route. 3D images and brand-name logos populate the screen's streets while the 10GB hard drive also moonlights as a media storage and playback source. I'm guessing you'll void the warranty if you strip the included drive out and replace it with something more sizeable, but it may be worth it if you want to take your library of pirated videos with you wherever you go.
Pioneer is also breaking into the valuable "Need For Speed" niche market with their new AVH-P5900DVD AV system. They claim it is designed for America's tech-savvy youth, who demand features like video playback, direct iPod control and XM/Sirius satellite radio. For $1000 you can have "bragging rights" in your junior college parking lot.