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Condition:New Brand:DuraFlux™ Cross reference 2:921 1250 1251 1252 2450 2652 2921 901 904 906 916 Manufacturer Part Number:906 904 902 158 168 175 2825 2827 194 W5W 12V lamp UPC:750164297517 Interchange Part Number:Center high stop HID license brake backup Samsung Bulb Color:White Other Part Number:Exterior halogen parking dome tail festoon 912 car Number of Bulbs:2 Placement on Vehicle:Front, Rear, Left, Right Color Temperature:6000K Surface Finish:Black alluminum alloy w/ DuraFlex-Tec™ Wattage:30W Warranty:1 Year To Fit:Reverse Light Cross reference 1:912 919 920 447 464 501 555 558 585 655 656 657 Voltage:DC 12V

Porsche 911 GT3 RS (2010) bows in

Wed, 19 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS will be at the Frankfurt Motor Show As you can probably guess, the first thing the latest GT3 RS gets is a hike in power, courtesy of the move from the old naturally aspirated 3.6 litre to the 3.8 litre you get in the new 911 Turbo, minus the turbos. But that still gives you 450bhp – up 15bhp on the regular GT3 – all of which gets shoved through a shorter ratio six-speed manual box. No nancy-boy paddles shifters here.

German tuner Eisenmann repackages Audi R8

Mon, 25 Oct 2010 00:00:00 -0700

German exhaust tuner Eisenmann has developed a package of changes for the Audi R8 sports car, covering the exhaust system as well as several exterior additions made from carbon fiber, to create what it calls the Spark Eight by Eisenmann. Eisenmann says its aero package is more than just pretty looks and claims that it improves the car's driving dynamics and weight distribution. The changes include: -- Front fascia with grille and fins.

Google reveals its first self-driving car prototype (video)

Wed, 28 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Google’s first self-driving car prototype (pictured) Google might not be the first company that springs to mind as a car maker, but Tesla has already proved that Silicon Valley can produce a car that buyers want and Google are intent on following a similar route. But where Tesla’s USP is its long-range electric capabilities – and a desire to build cars for the market – Google’s goal is more technology orientated and is all about developing self-driving car technology that works in the real world. For the last few years, Google has been experimenting with existing cars kitted out with self-driving gubbins, but now they’ve taken the next step and built their own self-driving prototype.