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01 02 03 Toyota Prius Hybrid Battery Main Relay Hv G3840-47010 on

US $80.00

Gorham, Maine, United States

Gorham, Maine, United States

Removed from a 2002 Prius in working condition.

New Mercedes A-Class is “The Most Beautiful Car of the Year 2012″

Fri, 01 Feb 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The new Mercedes A-Class – perhaps set to become Mercedes’ most successful model ever – has been voted the most beautiful car of 2012. Not only that, but the new A-Class looks to be a real challenge to cars like the BMW 1 Series (except for keen drivers) and the new Volvo V40, something the old A-Class wouldn’t have had a prayer of doing, despite being the favourite car for ‘er indoors whose hubby had a big Merc. Now, to add to the accolades the new A-Class has already received from buyers, reviewers and award givers, the 2013 Mercedes A-Class has been voted “The Most Beautiful Car of the Year 2012″ by more than 100,000 car fans across 52 countries.

CGT Automotive sets the mood [Sponsored]

Fri, 08 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Name CGT AutomotiveEstablished 1928Global HQ Ontario, CanadaDesign studio Bingham Farms, MichiganDesign manager Lilana NicoghosianContact lilana.nicoghosian@cgtower.comWebsite Canadian company CGT supplies cutting-edge synthetics to most OEMs in the auto industry. In her role as chief designer, CGT Global Automotive Division, former Ford color and trim designer Lilana Nicoghosian brings a wealth of experience and insight to the company's drive to provide customers with modern, tactile materials inspired by the latest trends in fashion and product design. 中文版请点击这里 The mood board pictured was created by Nicoghosian for the 2014-'15 design show, which she will present to OEM design studios in Europe, China and North America.

Porsche 911 Targa revealed at 2014 Detroit Motor Show

Mon, 13 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Porsche has revealed an amazing retro-inspired new 911 Targa at the Detroit Motor Show – an open-top model that boasts a ‘wide bar’ look almost identical to the Targa style that went out of production two decades ago. First introduced back in the 1960s, Porsche’s return to the original Targa style has been combined with modern electrically-opening roof technology… and with models arriving in showrooms from this May, it’ll be an on-road retro reality before you know it.