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Condition:Used GenuineOEM:True Stock #:DT0 Inventory Number:591-50331 PartNumber:591 Inventory ID:23861 Mileage:0 Designation:Used Model:LEGEND Placement:Electronic Chassis Control Modules Year:1993

Honda AC-X Concept

Thu, 10 Nov 2011

The Honda AC-X plug-in hybrid sedan will form part of the company's seven concept vehicle strategy at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. From the images released by Honda, the AC-X appears similar in both size and proportion to the hydrogen fuel cell-powered FCX Clarity, with its a-pillars and windscreen base pulled far forwards, a smooth transition over its nose, screen, roof and rear deck and an elongated, sharply cut-off tail. Aerodynamic efficiency is clearly paramount.

Third annual World Automotive Design Competition

Wed, 10 Mar 2004

The third annual World Automotive Design Competition, sponsored by Alias, was hosted by the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto, Ontario, on February 12. Britain's Coventry School of Art and Design, and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China were the big winners, together garnering seven of the eight prizes. Ninety-four students from twenty design schools from China, Brazil, Japan, France, Korea, England, Wales, Italy, Spain, India, Sweden, the USA and Canada competed to win over US$140,000 in prizes.

Brits talk up new Bentley racer's chances

Thu, 12 Dec 2013

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