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KMP, Korea, South
Condition:New Brand:HYUNDAI KIA OEM Interchange Part Number::95120 1W500 Manufacturer Part Number:951201W500 Other Part Number::95120-1W500 Country/Region of Manufacture:Korea, Republic of Type:OEM Genuine Parts UPC:8809510777899

Mercedes AMG engine guru to join VW

Fri, 18 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The man credited with development of Mercedes-Benz AMG's latest line of high performance gasoline engines, Friedrich Eichler, has been lured to the Volkswagen Group, where he will take up an as yet unspecified position this summer, sources with knowledge of the move tell Autoweek. Eichler, who joined AMG after working his way up through the ranks at Porsche, was instrumental in the development of AMG's naturally aspirated 6.2-liter V8, twin-turbocharged and naturally aspirated 5.5-liter V8 and twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V12 that powers the Pagani Huayra. Friedrich Eichler also developed turbocharged four-cylinder engines for upcoming Mercedes AMG cars.

A Fine Day For Birmingham Police

Mon, 20 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

POLICE in Birmingham have discovered they are not immune from traffic fines, after figures released by West Midlands Police show that local law enforcement have fallen foul of the city’s tough stance on bus lane offenders. In a hard-line approach, which had drawn criticism from some drivers, Birmingham City Council put up new signs on existing bus lanes in the heart of the city barring all other vehicles from using them and enforcing the rule with traffic cameras to catch the culprits who flout the ban. As a result, a reported 60,000 fines were issued by the end of last year following the scheme's launch in September, with police drivers accounting for 408 of those transgressions and individual drivers responsible for payment of the fine.

Ferrari theme park

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 00:00:00 -0800

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 08 February 2007 08:02 A Ferrari theme park? This sounds rather naff... We've already seen Ferrari's licensing skills produce a range of merchandise from sunglasses to laptops - and now it's taking on Disneyland with the prancing horse's very own theme park.