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US $411.95
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Racine, Wisconsin, United States

Racine, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Size:23 3/8" x 26 3/4" x 25 1/4" Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Color:Multicolor Manufacturer Part Number:GLS:7200124 Brand:Chaparral Boat Brand Part Number:GLS:7200124 MPN:GLS:7200124 Main Color:Tan Material:Vinyl / Foam Item_Condition:New Other Part Brand:Chaparral Type:Bucket Seat(s)

Eterniti Artemis costs a whopping £252k

Mon, 23 Apr 2012

Eterniti Artemis - Hemera as was - costs £252k (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});The Eterniti Artemis – formerly know as the Eterniti Hemera – has debuted at Beijing, goes on sale in the summer and costs £252k. In case you’re as confused as we were when we got the press releases, the Eterniti Artemis isn’t a new 911 Turbo based supercar from Eterniti but the new name for what was the Eterniti Hemera, the titivated Porsche Cayenne Turbo with a big price tag. Until the reveal of the production version of the Eterniti Artemis in Beijing today we didn’t know how much Eterniti would want for their pimped Cayenne, although we had speculated it would be the wrong side of £150k.

Lexus to unveil new concept at Detroit 2012

Tue, 20 Dec 2011

Lexus has released a second teaser shot of its new concept car, set to be unveiled at next month’s Detroit auto show. This glimpse inside the Lexus sports car reveals an elegant cabin; we assume the photograph has been cropped to show just one front seat and it is in fact a two-seater. All will be revealed at the NAIAS in January 2012.

Peugeot Onyx concept [w/Gallery]

Wed, 12 Sep 2012

Peugeot has previewed its Onyx concept, set to debut at this month's Paris motor show, just days after the first teaser images were released. Very much a supercar in terms of its proportions and form, the Onyx is not the first time Peugeot's previewed super and super-sports cars in concept form, but the Onyx looks a lot more promising than previous efforts, from these photos at least. Conforming to the modern, eco-conscious supercar norm, the Onyx features a hybrid drivetrain - following in the footsteps of the BMW i8, Honda NSX and Jaguar CX-75.  Peugeot's stated aim is to push itself upmarket and become a more premium brand, so the Onyx could be read as a sign that the company feels it needs more of a 'halo' car in order to achieve that aim.