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Saddlemen - Aw123 - Saddle Skins Seat Cover on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
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Nappanee, Indiana, United States

Nappanee, Indiana, United States
Saddlemen - AW123 - Saddle Skins Seat Cover, US $125.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Saddlemen Quantity Sold:sold individually Manufacturer Part Number:AW123 SKU:SADDL:AW123

Kia uses wind power to lower emissions and boost economy

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Kia's new Aero-Soul concept utilises wind power to lower emissions and boost economy [ad#ad-1] In a dramatic, and very cost effective manner, Kia has revealed the new Aero-Soul concept, which aims to drastically reduce Co2 emissions and improve economy by harnessing the power of the wind, in a low-cost solution called Air Propulsion and Retardation Installation Line. In simple terms, the A.P.R.I.L system uses small sensors built in to the front and rear of the car to monitor wind forces, and deploys wind chutes at the front or rear of the car to aid in braking or forward propulsion. So at cruising speeds if the wind behind the car is strong – such as in winter gales – the panels will harness wind power to provide forward motion.

LA Design Challenge 2013: The Entries

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The LA Auto Show Design Challenge entries have been revealed, featuring designs from nine of the world's top design studios. JAC, Mazda, SAIC, Qoros, Subaru, Changfeng, Toyota and two groups from BMW DesignworksUSA have submitted designs for the challenge, themed ‘Biomimicry & Mobility 2025: Nature's Answer to Human Challenges'. This year's brief asked for designs for a vehicle experience that identify issues like congestion, pollution, sustainability, flexibility and safety in designing a mobility solution that mimics nature to solve them.

Ferrari F70 (new Enzo) 2012 debut confirmed

Sun, 13 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Ferrari F70 - the new Enzo - 2012 debut Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has confirmed the arrival of the new hybrid Enzo – the Ferrari F70 – before the end of 2012. Back in February we were able to report on what we can almost certainly expect from the new Ferrari Enzo (which will probably go back to the F40/F50 model designation as the F70), perhaps most importantly that it will have a hybrid powertrain and be revealed this year. That has now been confirmed by Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo as he reported on Ferrari’s sales performance.