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Aluminum Silver Strut Tower Brace Bar Upper For Kia 2010-2012 Forte Cerato Koup on 2040-parts.com

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KMP, Korea, South

KMP, Korea, South
Condition:New Brand:MTS Color:Silver Manufacturer Part Number:Strut Tower Brace Bar Surface Finish:Alumium Steel Interchange Part Number:Strut Tower Brace Bar Notice:Gasoline Engine is only possible Other Part Number:Strut Tower Brace Bar Product Type:Strut Bar Placement on Vehicle:Front Color2:Black / Blue Country/Region of Manufacture:Korea, Republic of UPC:does not apply

Alfa Romeo Mito GTA (2009): first official picture

Mon, 23 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 23 February 2009 09:19 Alfa Romeo has managed to squeeze a remarkable 240bhp from 1742cc in its new Mito GTA concept car. It's the hot hatch version of the Mito supermini and will form the centrepiece of the Alfa stand at next week's 2009 Geneva motor show.This is the first GTA since the musclebound 147. GTA stands for gran turismo alleggerito  – and this pocket rocket version of the Mito has indeed been lightened and toughened up to give it some serious performance.

McLaren P13 – first OFFICIAL details and image

Wed, 11 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

McLaren P13 (pictured) first OFFICIAL details revealed It was only last month that we had official confirmation that the McLaren P13 – McLaren’s more affordable mid-engined supercar – would arrive in 2015 to take on cars like Audi’s R8 and the top end Porsche 911s. Now McLaren has gone a bit further and revealed details of the P13. The McLaren P13 – shown above in a sketch by McLaren’s design boss, Frank Stephenson – looks to take its design cues more from the MacLaren P1 than the 12C – a good thing – and will utilise the same carbon fibre MonoCell chassis as the P1 and 12C as well as a de-tuned version of the same 3.8 litre V8 turbo.

Ford Focus (2012) - the best-selling car in the world

Tue, 04 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Ford's Focus has overtaken the Toyota Corolla in the sales charts. Unremarkable, you might say? Not when you realise this is the global sales mantle, making the Focus the best-selling car name on the planet in the first half of the year.