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Vintage Mercury Marine Stickers & Kiekaefer Coin on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Jupiter, Florida, United States

Jupiter, Florida, United States
Condition:New other (see details)

Stickers are old and have some dirt around the edges. Please see the pictures for condition. Coin needs to be buffed. Please ask any questions before bidding. Thank you for looking!

2014 MINI Driver Assist Systems revealed

Fri, 11 Oct 2013

2014 MINI Driver Assist Systems revealed (heads-up display pictured) The 2014 MINI – an all-new MINI – is due to be revealed on 18th November – Sir Alex Issigonis’s 107th birthday – as MINI drives in to a new generation with a car that is all new and rather BMW under the skin. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});We’ve already seen what the new MINI will look like with the reveal of the MINI Vision Concept, and now we get to see some of the new technology the new MINI will offer, in particular its driver assist systems. MINI say the new driver assist systems will use intelligent networking to transform the new MINI in to a proper driver’s assistant, with technology that aims to inform and assist Making the most of BMW’s technology, the new MINI comes with a heads-up display that puts important information right in the driver’s line of sight, with a small folding screen on the dashboard displaying stuff like speed, Nav instructions, alerts and infotainment information.

Hummer at the London motor show 2008

Wed, 23 Jul 2008

By By Gavin Green and CAR reader reporter Sandy T Motor Shows 23 July 2008 00:58 If any stand at London's Excel exhibition centre lays claim to being the least in tune with the zeitgeist, Hummer's must be up there. GM's military spec brand has only sold 128 cars in the UK so far this year, but it's present and correct at the motor show. What’s new on Hummer's London motor show stand?

Hyundai: E4U Egg Car & Fluidic Sculpture in Motion

Sun, 14 Apr 2013

(adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Hyundai has already made it clear that 2013 will be about ‘Brand Awareness’ rather than releasing a new raft of models and chasing ever increasing sales, so two Hyundai outings in the last week can be put down to their targeted aim of profile raising. In Milan, Hyundai are taking part in the Milan Design Week by showing an innovative light sculpture that has been inspired by Hyundai’s ‘Fluidic Design’ (even though Hyundai have already said that ‘Fluidic Design’ is being replaced by ‘Fluidic Precision’ as they aim to make their designs ‘cleaner) with an installation made up of 12,000 translucent spheres acting collectively on a screen, surrounded by high-power lasers and suspended over a pool of water. The ‘performance’ starts with virtual rain created by the lasers which form three-dimensional shapes, followed by an interactive segment where human interaction creates three-dimensional images by scanning for body warmth so visitors can manipulate what they see by using gestures.