Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

16sqft 1.55m X1m 6mm Hood Firewall Sound Deadener Heat Insulation Deadening Mat on 2040-parts.com

Location:

HK, Hong Kong

HK, Hong Kong
Condition:New Brand:JWS Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear, Upper, Lower Manufacturer Part Number:A-GYGR-LG Color:Silver Warranty:Yes Sheet Size:60" x 39 "(155cmx100cm) Surface Finish:Aluminum Thicknss:6mm/236mil

Acoustic Dampening Materials for Sale

Jaguar Land Rover to create ANOTHER 1700 jobs

Tue, 10 Sep 2013

1700 new jobs created by JLR to build new smaller Jaguars like the Jaguar Crossover (pictured) We’ve reported on the creation of more and more jobs in recent years by Jaguar Land Rover as Land Rover’s products, in particular, drive forward. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});But Jaguar is soon to undergo a transformation as a new, smaller range of cars and crossovers join the current lineup of F-Type, XF, XJ and XK to emulate the sales success Land Rover is enjoying, particularly with the Range Rover Evoque. That means yet more new jobs at Land Rover – 1,700 at Solihull – taking the new jobs Jaguar has created in the last few years to 11,000 and an additional¬†¬†¬£1.5 billion product creation investment.

Fiat and Chrysler get in to bed together

Tue, 20 Jan 2009

Before Christmas the CEO of Fiat was reported as saying that he believed that the current malaise in the car market (and any other market, for that matter) would result in the rationalisation of the industry, and see just a handful of big players come out the other side. His words now seem prescient, as it has been announced today that Fiat and Chrysler have effectively entered in to a partnership. Fiat takes a 35% stake in Chrysler The partnership, with Fiat taking 35% of Chrysler, means a number of benefits for both companies.

2007 Interior Motives Design Awards

Fri, 21 Sep 2007

Now in its fifth year, the annual design awards ceremony hosted by Interior Motives magazine was held on the second press day of the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. The awards are open to design students from around the world and are judged by senior designers from the world's leading carmakers and suppliers. The competition encourages students to submit their work in any of nine different categories, with the emphasis on interior design.