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Comes with a 30 day warranty!!! Face Plate replacement only; no actual radio is included. Please be sure to verify your part number matches or this may not work for you.
Brand:Ford Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:4L2T-18C815-EA Part Brand:FORD Warranty:Yes Ford:SW61427-FPPB51 Surface Finish:Black

La Ferrari Leaks: The new Ferrari F150 arrives a few hours early

Tue, 05 Mar 2013

We have the¬†first¬†picture of the new Ferrari F150 – which looks to be named ‘LaFerrari’ – and some specs too. Update: LaFerrari now revealed, so we’ve published the photos above here too and there’s detail and video of LaFerrari on the link. The new Ferrari F150 is due to be revealed in a few hours and take on the McLaren P1 for the star of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show gong.

New MINI teased again ahead of next week’s reveal (video)

Mon, 11 Nov 2013

The new MINI is being teased again ahead of its debut The all new MINI for 2014 is due to be revealed next week on the anniversary of the birth of its creator, Sir Alec Issigonis, and MINI are squeezing in another tease for their new baby ahead of its official debut. We’ve already had a couple of teases from MINI in the run up to the reveal – including a good look at the new MINI with the MINI Vision Concept – so we’ve got a good ideas of what’s in store for MINI buyers. What we get this time is plenty of moody shots in low light of the new MINI’s features to keep the interest going, although much of the DNA of BMW’s MINI are carried forward from the current MINI.

McLaren P1 back at the Nurburgring in attack mode

Sat, 19 Oct 2013

The McLaren P1 is back at the Nurburgring looking to set a new record It was brave of Ron Dennis to declare – before the McLaren P1 was anywhere close to finished – that the it would be able to lap the Nurburgring in under 7 minutes. He was obviously very confident his new baby was up to the task but, just like McLaren’s current Formula One car, the P1 seems to be just a bit off the pace. Last month we reported that it seemed the best the McLaren P1 could do at the Nurburgring was a 7:04s – a time McLaren didn’t make official – so we knew McLaren would be back with their laptops and engineers as soon as they’d figured a way to trim those last few seconds.