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50-810347 Hawker Beechcraft retainer assembly 

Eterniti Hemera concept

Tue, 16 Aug 2011

An intriguing teaser sketch for Eterniti Motors, a new London-based luxury car brand, has been revealed this morning. The company's website features a teaser video and an early sketch of its first vehicle, the Hemera. It will be further developed, with more evolved versions of the sketch released every week leading up to its Frankfurt debut. Judging from the sketch, the full production-ready vehicle set to make its debut in Frankfurt will be a high-level SUV crossover.

BMW tii models are go

Wed, 02 Apr 2008

By Georg Kacher Motor Industry 02 April 2008 17:06 BMW chief Norbert Reithofer has confirmed to CAR Online that a range of tii performance options will be launched soon on the company's smaller models. He has finally ruled out a rumoured M1 version of the 1-series and said the tii spec would be the most performance-oriented model, claiming the the twin-turbo 135i was quite fast enough (it does 0-62mph in 5.3sec, after all).The tii concept shown at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show points accurately to the approach BMW is developing: performance kits for the 1-series coupe and hatchback, an aero package, carbonfibre details, fatter wheels and tyres, sports seats and instruments. There's even talk of a new M-style steering wheel with integrated LED rev counter.A tii for the massesBMW is the past master at offering huge choice in spec and trim; subtle nuance of alloy wheel size here, and Sport spec there is the stuff of workplace car park folklore.

BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Concept – Frankfurt catchup

Thu, 17 Sep 2009

BMW revealed the Vision EfficientDynamics Concept at Frankfurt CO2 targets – and the received wisdom that somehow the planet is dying because we drive cars – means car makers have to respond to the mood and produce ‘Eco’ cars. Which is a problem for makers of prestige and performance cars. How do they square the circle?