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深圳市, 广东省, China

深圳市, 广东省, China
Condition:New with tags Size:3x5FT Country/Region of Manufacture:China


★ SIZE: 3x5 FT ,90cmx150cm
★ Quality Materials:100% polyester Materials ,Anti-UV,
★ 2 Brass Grommets
★ Used for outdoor and indoor
★ Digital Printing.
★ Warranty: "1 Year No Questions Asked Warranty".
★ One printed side, but the back side is clearly .

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College Exhibition: Pforzheim University Spring Show 2007

Mon, 26 Mar 2007

Transportation Design students at Germany's Pforzheim University displayed their work in the school's spring Transportation Design degree show in February, one of the two graduation shows per year. The exhibition included work from graduating Diploma and Masters students, projects by the 5th and 7th semester students, as well as work from students in the earlier stages of the Diploma and Masters courses. Projects by the graduating Diploma students (four year course) included: Structure Driven - A modern automotive sculpture Sebastian Kroes 'Structure Driven' combines a new structural vehicle architecture with a pure driving experience, and presents new solutions for weight-reduction and driving systems.

Volvo drops plans to compete in the luxury F-Segment car market

Tue, 23 Apr 2013

In fact, at the Shanghai Motor Show in 2011, Volvo delivered the Concept Universe car which we all though was pointing the way to what could be a Volvo S90; Volvo’s luxury car for Chinese plutocrats. It sported a rather strange ‘East meets West’ design language with a very odd nose and lots of curves, and it wasn’t exactly showered in plaudits. But that didn’t stop Volvo coming back at Frankfurt in 2011 with an altogether more convincing concept – the Volvo Concept You – that sported a much clearer vision for a future luxury Volvo.

The Bloodhound SuperSonic Car is a rocket-powered land missle

Tue, 06 Nov 2012

The ambitious British Bloodhound SuperSonic Car project took a significant step forward in the quest to raise the world's land speed record to 1,000 mph when the machine's main power unit—a spectacularly forceful rocket engine—was successfully test fired Oct. 3. The rocket is believed to be the largest designed in Europe in decades, and its 185-decible noise level is said to be many times louder than a Boeing 747 during takeoff.