Ring has finally unveiled its in-car security camera, The Car Cam. The device, which was announced in 2020, connects to the company’s wider home security ecosystem and is now available for pre-order. The Car Cam is mounted on a cantilever arm on the dashboard and features two cameras: one to monitor the interior of the car and one facing out the front window to capture any accidents. If the system’s sensors are triggered, it will start recording and alert the user via the Ring app. The Car Cam also has a microphone and speaker, allowing the user to communicate with any potential intruders in the vehicle. It can be activated with the voice command “Alexa, record” and is designed to capture footage during traffic stops. The device is powered by the car’s battery and connects via the OBD-II port, but can also use WiFi if the user opts for a Ring Protect Go subscription. The Car Cam will retail for $250, but early pre-order customers can get it for $200. The Protect Go subscription costs $60 per year or $6 per month.