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Supersprox Rear Aluminum Sprocket 41 Tooth Blue on

US $58.82

Payson, Utah, United States

Payson, Utah, United States
Condition:New Brand:Supersprox Placement on Vehicle:Rear Item:Sprocket Tooth Manufacturer Part Number:RAL853-41 Blue UPC:8592165072517

Audi e-Tron Spyder – The CES Star

Fri, 07 Jan 2011

Audi e-Tron Spyder at the CES (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Audi keep on dragging versions of their e-Tron out at any given opportunity, usually focusing on a different take on some form or other of electric and/or hybrid propulsion. Our favourite so far has been the Audi A1 e-Tron, which may seem odd to those of you who know of our penchant for the fast and exotic. But hybrid cars are best suited to urban environments – even more so electric cars – and the Audi A1 e-Tron’s combination of electric motors and a range-extending Wankel engine really floated our urban boat.

The future of headlamp techonology – see it on video

Wed, 27 May 2009

By Richard Yarrow Motor Industry 27 May 2009 10:12 Cars of the future will drive at night with main-beam headlamps on all the time, but never dazzle another vehicle. That’s the vision of American component firm Gentex, which already makes the auto-dipping lights on the current BMW 7-series. Its engineers are working on a new technology called Dynamic Forward Lighting (DFL) which features a single main beam that floods the road with light.

Geely at Shanghai 2011: Geely MINI Cooper & Geely London Taxi

Tue, 26 Apr 2011

Geely's take on the London Cab & MINI Cooper (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Regular readers – in fact anyone who takes notice of car news – will probably recognise Geely as being the Chinese car maker who bought Volvo in 2010. Proper car anoraks may also remember the ‘Chinese Rolls Royce‘, a Phantom ‘Homage’ from Geely that came equipped with a ‘Throne’ in the back to transport a lone plutocrat. It looked a lot like a Russian cold war ZIL meets cartoon Phantom and there was no mistaking it was a Chinese car for a Chinese market.