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Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:To return an item to our company, please follow the steps below: - Send us an email regarding the problem. - Give us your invoice number and your email - Postage is non-refundable Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No handling time:need one day to process Manfacture Part Number:82 13 2 327 643 Manfacturer Part Number:82 13 2 327 643 Other Part Number:82132327643 Warranty:Yes Brand:Genuine BMW

Peugeot designers bring kids' car designs to life

Wed, 10 Jul 2013

Peugeot designers have brought six childrens' car sketches to life by rendering them as a prize for the 'Draw Me The Car of 2020' design competition, launched in collaboration with children's magazine Okapi. The six 10-15 year old winners – Clement, Thomas, Lena, Tom, Leo and Gaspard – were able to see their dream cars realized by Peugeot designer Olivier Gamiette, who worked on the EX1 concept car. Peugeot presented the first placed winner, Thomas, with a 270mm by 140mm model of his design at an awards ceremony held at the carmaker's design center in Velizy, France.

2,000hp Trion Nemesis 'hypercar' unveiled

Fri, 04 Apr 2014

Apart from having possibly the coolest name of any current hypercar and looking like a Storm Trooper's wheels of choice, the Trion Nemesis is attracting attention for another reason – its 2,000hp engine. At double the level of power produced by a Bugatti Veyron, that ought to deliver some mind-bending performance. Please click on the image above to read more on the Trion Nemesis

Peugeot 508 to replace 407 and 607

Tue, 24 Nov 2009

The Peugeot RC HyMotion Concept Apart from in France, it’s always been a racing certainty that the bigger the French car the poorer its sales. And it looks as if the French are finally starting to wake up to this fact and are looking at rationalising their upper-range cars to consolodate on one new model. Well, at least Peugeot are.