SAN FRANCISCO, California - Helmet manufacturer Skully has designed the P-1 equipped with built in GPS and a camera. How cool is that? Motorcyclists have something to talk about over a hot cup of coffee after an early morning breakfast run. VIDEO: Take a ride with a Skully superhelmet Skully said the P-1 was the first motorbike helmet with a digital head-up display built in. The company's media material says the P-1 can display maps and real-time of blind spots on a small display projected on the inside the helmet visor and can connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth. Not even a ballpark price is yet available for the helmet. SKULLY P-1 SPECIFICATIONSVisor: ‘Skully Synapse’ head-up display with voice control and an anti-fog, anti-scratch, anti-glare coatingHead-up features: GPS navigation, live rearview camera feed and Bluetooth connectivity with displays projected on to the visorCamera: 180-degree wide-angle rear viewBattery life: Nine hoursMade of: Lightweight, aerodynamic shellSafety approval: DOT and ECE certifiedPrice: Not releasedAvailability: Later in 2014PLEASE NOTE: This video and others on Wheels24.co.za might not work on newer versions of Firefox. Please use alternative browsers such as Chrome or Internet Explorer.