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Oak Harbor, Washington, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:3768711 Part Brand:GM

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Royal College of Art's Class of 2013 launches real-time projects blog

Wed, 20 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The Royal College of Art's Vehicle Design Class of 2013 has launched a new blog that will allow the public to follow their projects and studio work from ideas to exhibition for the first time in the course's 40-year history. The blog, which is updated daily, allows people to follow the process of the 18 MA students' final projects and college work in real-time and give them a ‘behind the scenes' look at their progress. RCA student Ewan Gallimore, speaking on behalf of the class, tells Car Design News, "So much of the work and process is unseen and by regularly updating this blog we give the chance for people to follow and interact with the run up to our show.

Mazda 5 MPV (2010) first official pictures

Wed, 20 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800

This is the new Mazda 5, the Japanese car company’s compact MPV. The 5 will be revealed at the 2010 Geneva motor show in March, and the C-Max competitor is claimed to be all-new from the ground up and feature Mazda's latest design language. That's the claim.

Toyota confirms sticking accelerator fix

Mon, 01 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The Toyota fix for the sticking accelerator problem (click image for full size) It’s been a fraught time for Toyota with the recall of millions of cars around the world to remedy a faulty accelerator pedal with the potential to stick. And no one – Toyota seemingly included – was too sure exactly how the car maker was going to address such a mammoth problem despite the  Toyota Recall. But it seems the fix has been sorted.