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Condition:New Brand:Top Street King Materials:Spring Steel / Aluminum Manufacturer Part Number:COILHC01SL Surface Finish:Powder Coated Interchange Part Number:Adjustable Scaled Cold-Wounded Steel Suspension Front / Rear Lowering Rate:1-3" Other Part Number:Coil Lower Spring Over Strut Coupe/Sedan/Hatchback Please Note:Removal of strut material may be needed to install Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Rear, Right UPC:Does Not Apply Color:Silver

The Guardian calls Cars UK “The Petrolheads’ favourite web site”

Tue, 01 Jun 2010

Transport Secretary Philip Hammond has common-sense views on speed cameras, cyclists (although perhaps not Boris), speed limits and traffic calming. Which the Guardian doesn't like one bit Being proclaimed the Petrolheads’ favourite website by the Guardian – not a newspaper renowned for its love of cars – we’ll take as a compliment. Although it was meant to be disparaging.

Lotus Evora 414E Range Extender EV moves forward

Sun, 28 Oct 2012

The Lotus Evora 414E – a Lotus Engineering range extender hybrid project – is still moving ahead with dynamic and durability testing now underway. On the surface the Evora 414E looked like every other Evora, but under the skin sat the first version of a Lotus range-extender platform with a pair of electric motors and a small, 3-cylinder range-extender engine promising impressive performance and economy. Despite the reveal of the 414E at Geneva in 2010, there’s not been a huge amount of news on Lotus pushing forward with the project, or at least not until we got the Infiniti Emerg-E Concept at Geneva this year that turned out to be underpinned by the Evora 414E platform.

Renault Alpine A110-50: Official & on video

Fri, 25 May 2012

Renault Alpine A110-50 - it's official The Renault Alpine A110-50 – based on the Mégane Trophy platform with a Renault DeZir body – is officially revealed. We had our doubts that the Renault Alpine A110-50 photo we published earlier this week was real, but it seems it was; which goes to show we should really lock up our scepticism more securely. And now, as promised, Renault has revealed their first Alpine in almost twenty years in the A110-50, a car that has the underpinnings of the Megane Trophy and a body that seems to owe most of its DNA to the electric Renault DeZir Concept.