Auto Trim Design Logo

The Northwest’s Largest Automotive Restyler



The Gentex Gentex Rearview Camera Display Mirror is meant to provide extra safety in addition to using your regular side-view and rearview mirrors.The Gentex Rearview Camera Display Mirror works great with any backup camera. It does not replace standard driving safety rules and practices. Select one of the options above to see what we have to offer.

Backup Camera Mirrors
Backup Camera Mirrors


Gentex Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror w/ 3.3″ Rear Camera Display

Introducing the Gentex Rearview Camera Display Mirror: the intuitive way to add backup camera safety to your vehicle. The Rearview Camera Display Mirror is available with a bold 3.5″ LCD monitor built right into the mirror. Finally, the world behind your ride can be in full-view without having to clumsily look down at a separate monitor. Shift into reverse, and the Rearview Camera Display Mirror shows a bright, high-res image. Shift into drive, and the LCD can’t be seen, thanks to revolutionary coating and lighting technology. And, you get full auto-dimming capability too.


Auto-Dimming Mirror with 3.3″ Rear Camera Display with HomeLink & Compass

Man Looking At Camera Mirror
Gentex Back Up camera Mirror


Gentex Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror w/ 3.5” Rear Camera Display & OnStar Retention

GM vehicle owners don’t have to sacrifice the convenience and safety of OnStar to gain the use of a Rear Camera Display mirror. Mirror auto dims in accordance with the amount of glare from the headlights behind the vehicle, when used with a back up camera (sold separately) the display automatically turns on to show what is directly behind the vehicle whenever shifted into reverse. Works with any back up camera (reverse image) on the market – camera sold separately.


This is a question for us at our location. There are many makes and models of cars and trucks. Any painted surface of a car, truck, van, or SUV that is susceptible to bug damage and rock chips can be covered with paint protection film.

Paint Protection Film is most often used to cover the front portion of the hood and is also commonly applied to painted bumpers, mirror backs, truck bed rails, door handle inserts, door edges, rocker panels, mirror backs, wheel openings and more.


What Our Clients Say

thumbs up