Alfa Romeo 166 156020359, Ics Navi Gsm Phone + Code Card. on 2040-parts.com
Atyrau, default, KZ
Other for Sale
- Keep it clean wiring horn tri-tone horn train sound chrome plated air horn each(US $94.50)
- 2013 chrysler dodge uconnect headphones oem audio kit w ir remote(US $59.95)
- 1999-2000 honda civic climate control bracket mount brace ac panel radio bezel(US $39.99)
- 01 02 03 04 05 lexus gs300 gs430 dvd changer p/n 86270-30210(US $57.85)
- 2011 oem genuine usb port cable for ferrari f458 ltalia factory parts(US $55.99)
- 2000-2004 cadillac deville audio amplifier bose oem lkq(US $56.63)
BMW & GM to partner on fuel cell developmentSat, 10 Dec 2011
BMW & GM to partner on Fuel Cell technology Reports from Germany say that talks between BMW and GM on developing new fuel cell technology are at an advanced stage. We recently revealed the BMW are to partner with Toyota to deliver diesel engines for Toyota in Europe and to work on next generation lithium ion battery technology. But it looks like it’s not just Toyota BMW are happy to play with.
Koenigsegg Agera R smashes six Guinness world records: VideoWed, 30 Nov 2011
Koenigsegg, our favorite hard-to-pronounce Swedish supercar manufacturer, got the word on Wednesday that its latest car has broken six world records. The Agera R, which uses a twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 engine, sprinted from 0 to 300 kph (186.4 mph) in a Stephen Hawking-impressing 14.53 seconds. For us nonmetric types, the Agera R also went from 0 to 200 mph in 17.68 seconds; both runs were verified with a Racelogic VBox recorder.
Latest Honda Asimo robot makes its European debutWed, 16 Jul 2014
By James Clark First Official Pictures 16 July 2014 13:02 First unveiled back in 2000, Honda’s Asimo humanoid robot has taken literal steps, hops and jumps forward since its introduction - and the most recent incarnation made its European debut this week. This new, smarter Asimo can now recognise multiple faces and voices of people simultaneously, and can think on the move. It’s now clever enough to change course to avoid a collision with another moving object.