Beep, beep ding!
It can be powered from the cigarette lighter or direct from the car's battery and can heat up a pizza in a couple of minutes or a coffee in three minutes.
But be warned, if you ever find your Ginsters pasty anything less than volcanic and in need of a quick zap, be sure to start your car up before plugging in the microwave - at best your pasty might take longer to heat up, at worst it could make the battery go flat.
The in-car microwave is available from Maplins now at a special introductory cost of £99.
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