You’ve heard about the Mini Cooper getting Twitter-by-voice and Facebook capability, all controlled by a mini joystick as you drive.
Here’s a nice video of the features in action. Scroll to 6 minutes into the video from Autoblog for a demo and then 7 minutes, 30 seconds to see web radio and Pandora in action.
The feature is part of the Mini Connected package which costs $2,000 plus an extra $750 for navigation. It’s shown in a 2011 Mini Cooper S Countryman All4.