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Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China
Condition:New Placement on Vehicle:Left,Right,Front,Rear Fitment:American USA (United States) National Flag Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Inner diameter:7mm Brand:possbay UPC:Does not apply Material:Stainless steel EAN:Does not apply Color:Plating Chrome Silver ISBN:Does not apply

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Former Ford exec Theodore shows off lighter chassis at SAE

Mon, 11 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Automakers are facing tougher government regulations for fuel economy, and one former Ford and Chrysler executive says he has a solution Chris Theodore, best known for his work on the Ford GT and Dodge Viper, has designed a vehicle chassis that he says will provide automakers with weight savings, cut manufacturing costs and make electric vehicles more economically viable. Theodore is showcasing his proof-of-concept Uni-Chassis at the SAE World Congress this week. It uses the powertrain and suspension of the GT, under an agreement with Ford.

Bisimoto turns Honda Odyssey into Veyron fighter

Wed, 06 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Bisimoto Engineering didn't limit itself to Hyundai concepts at the 2013 SEMA Show. It also took a 2014 Honda Odyssey and turned it up to 11. Well, actually, 1,029 -- which is the nearly unbelievable amount of horses under the hood.

Citroen Numero 9 Concept & 3 new Citroen DS models on the way

Fri, 13 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Citroen Numero 9 Concept Citroen has revealed the Numero 9 Concept ahead of the Beijing Motor Show – which we thought was the DS9 – and revealed 3 new DS models planned. The Citroen DS range is due to launch in China during 2012, and the impressive Citroen Numero 9 Concept – which we’d assumed was going to be the Citroen DS9 (and may still be) – has been conceived to mark the launch of DS at Beijing later this month. A big Citroen flagship has been on the cards for some time and the Numero 9 is an evolution of the Citroen Metropolis Concept, which we thought could become the DS6, and is┬áprobably┬ádestined to go in to production at some point as the DS9.