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Woodhaven, New York, United States

Woodhaven, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:SHADOW Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:EQ-701GN

Mini: the 50th anniversary and new models galore

Wed, 27 May 2009

By Phil McNamara Motor Industry 27 May 2009 13:14 Mini’s renaissance is entering a new phase of electric power, 4x4 crossovers and yet more bodystyles, said BMW marketing chief Ian Robertson at the British brand’s 50th birthday party. Over the last May bank holiday weekend, some 15,000 Mini fans converged on Silverstone, for a three-day festival of cars, racing and music. The company revealed three special editions: high-spec Camden and Mayfair models, plus the 211bhp World Championship 50 Edition in homage to racing team boss John Cooper.

Brabus boosts Mercedes-Benz's V8s

Wed, 27 Apr 2011

German tuner Brabus has introduced some new performance packages for the already quick Mercedes-Benz S- and CL-class cars. They push your standard model into AMG territory and AMG models into the stratosphere. For the S500 and the CL500, Brabus offers the B50-490 PowerXtra CGI performance kits.

Ford promote accessible & affordable technology in new campaign

Wed, 26 Jun 2013

Ford’s Active Park Assist parks a Focus on the roof of a skyscraper We do sometimes moan that cars are becoming so clever that it won’t be long before the driver’s just the blobby thing behind the wheel to keep an eye open as clever technology does its stuff. That said, modern technology is certainly doing wonders for tasks that many find irksome and difficult behind the wheel, and Ford are cleverly tapping in to their new technology to demonstrate just how helpful their new cars now are for the stressed driver with the Ford Primary Brand campaign. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Ford‘s new Primary Brand campaign is focusing on technology like the new(ish) Active Park Assist that uses sensors to measure parking spaces as you drive by (not too quickly – you have to give it a chance) and then, at the push of a button – with the driver just following instructions for brake, gears and accelerator – neatly parks your new Ford for you.