A portable coffee maker and a smart satnav make this week’s car-themed Lust List

Kit out your motor with the latest gadgets (Picture: Metro.co.uk)

This week’s Lust List is going car-crazy with some handy gadgets for your motor.

And before you think you don’t really need to add anything to your car, these are all so useful you won’t know how you lived without them.

Always losing your keys? The TileMate will put a stop to that.

Love a cuppa on the go but don’t fancy waiting at the drive-thru? Try the Handpresso.

Always wanted to turn your car into a giant Alexa? Yup, that’s possible too.

Read on below for more clever car tech.

Scosche MagicGrip

Scosche MagicGrip

It’s hard to make phone holders exciting but Scosche’s model earns itself numerous brownie points by clipping nicely out of the way on your air vents while wirelessly charging your iPhone at the same time.

£79.95, apple.com

Garmin DriveSmart 86

Garmin DriveSmart 86

Garmin’s offering trounces your phone for easy-to-read visibility thanks to its huge 8in high-res screen.

Smarts include Alexa, environmental zone warnings, fuel prices and Tripadvisor ratings. Who said satnav was dead?

£319.99, halfords.com

Tile Mate

Tile Mate

There’s no need to explain the torture of losing your car keys — we’ve all been there. Slap a tile tracker on them and you will always pinpoint their location
in an instant. Crisis averted.

£37.99, uk.tile.com

Ecoflow Delta

Ecoflow Delta

This solar panel-chargeable battery pack is a godsend for road trips, camping and festivals.

From juicing multiple phones, laptops and everything in between, it even has British three-pin plug sockets.

£1,299, hampshiregenerators.co.uk



Coffee? Good. Fitting a full-sized espresso machine in your car? Bad. Thankfully,
the Handpresso is a clever little device that’s small enough to fit in a cup holder
while producing hot Nespresso pod coffee in an instant.

£139.08, handpresso.com

Echo Auto

Echo Auto

The Echo Auto remains one of the best gadgets thanks to its ability to inject your car with voice-controlled Alexa powers, including Spotify and Apple Music support.

Ever wanted to drive a giant Alexa speaker? Now you can.

£49.99, amazon.co.uk

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