Motorola's T215 is a bluetooth car speakerphone with three days of talk time, designed to be compatible with hands-free car kits. It has a 2 watt speaker and noice cancellation. It is clearly intended to be more functional than beautiful.
That fact notwithstanding, it has a curiously 1990s look to it. Do you think that style will ever become cool? It seems to be between two more distinctive eras (think "square walkman" and "rounded iPod") lacking its own unique look. Stuff from the mid-late 1990s often seemed like an expression of some cheap new heat-molding technology than an explicit design choice.
Press release (PDF) [Motorola]