Blaupunkt has brought one of its most sought-after stereos back to life, revealing the SQR 46 Bremen overnight.
Normally a 1980s stereo wouldn't be huge news, but collectors and restorers are constantly searching for ways to pack modern technology into a housing respectful of classic cabins.
It has a Bluetooth module buried behind its plastic fascia, while the cassette door hides USB, AUX and SD connections.
Blaupunkt isn't alone in bringing a classic-looking system back for restorers. Porsche Classic offers a satellite navigation system designed to slot into its cars dating back to the 1960s, complete with MicroSD connectivity and Bluetooth phone pairing.
It connects with the car's existing audio system through an adapter, and is compatible with the single-telescope aerials fitted to most classic Porsche cars.
Where the Blaupunkt SQR 46 will cost €449 ($715) in Europe, the Porsche Classic radio is a €1200 ($1900) proposition.