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Condition:Used Conditions & Options:IMPERFECTIONS.WIQ Model:ACCORD Genuine OEM:Yes Year:2008 Interchange Part Number:638-50734 Stock #:NE-281 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:638 Inventory ID:314535 Mileage:134000

Vuhl 05 is a Mexican Ariel Atom – costs from £66,000

Wed, 03 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Vuhl 05 (pictured), track-focused road car, has been revealed The Vuhl 05 – which has been teased recently – was unveiled this afternoon in London as Mexico’s answer to the Ariel Atom. The Vuhl 05 uses a bonded monocoque with honeycomb panels and aluminium covered on plastic panels to keep weight down to just 695kg. That means that even though the Vuhl 05 has only 285bhp available from its mid-mounted 2.0 litre turbo Ford EcoBoost engine, it can still get to 62mph in 3.7 seconds thanks to a power to weight ratio of 400bhp per tonne.

Nissan's Google Glass rival keeps you connected to social media [w/Video]

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Nissan will premiere a wearable heads-up display (HUD) at next week's Tokyo motor show. The Google Glass-like 3E prototype can connect to the Internet in real-time, allowing users to overlay information onto the lens, record projected images and communicate with others by sending information to their device. This is likely to include vehicle performance analysis and the driver's vital signs as well as social media feeds for increased connectivity if its recently released Nismo smartwatch is anything to go by.

Brazilian students develop soapbox racers for Volkswagen

Wed, 18 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Brazilian design students have competed for year-long internships at Volkswagen's Brazilian design studio by designing – and racing – soapbox cars. Established 15 years ago by Volkswagen South America design director Luiz Veiga, the Volkswagen Design Talent Contest refreshed its format for 2013 by challenging students to develop a prototype for a gravity-powered soapbox racer instead of asking for sketch and render-based proposals. According to Veiga, Volkswagen was looking for someone "capable of working away from the desk and able to create design solutions, assess and build them".