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US $35.00
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matuyama, ehime, JP

matuyama, ehime, JP
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:Responds only to refund defective. Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Array Country of Manufacture:Japan Part Brand:Honda

Porsche Museum hosts Colección Goméz

Tue, 20 Sep 2011

The Porsche Design Museum is opening a new special exhibition today, September 20th. Called the ‘Colección Goméz' the museum will display 24 works of art created by 19 South American artists who have used Porsche 911 GT2 hoods pressed into service as a ‘canvass'. The new exhibition is the brainchild of Jorge Gómez, both an art lover and big fan of the Porsche brand.

Who's Where: Bryan Nesbitt becomes General Manager of Cadillac

Fri, 31 Jul 2009

Bryan Nesbitt, who until last week was General Motors' North American Vice President of Design, started his new role as general manager of the Cadillac brand on Monday, July 27. His appointment, which surprised many, is part of an effort to integrate design, marketing and advertising, which have always been intrinsically linked. While this move marks a significant step change in the positioning of the new General Motors, which, under the direction of product czar Bob Lutz, has seen fit to promote a young designer into such a high level managerial position, it is a triumph not only for Nesbitt, 40, but for all designers: it is the first time that a designer has been promoted to one of the top executive roles at an automotive company.

Hyundai i30 GT with 1.6 Turbo planned?

Thu, 22 Dec 2011

Are Hyundai planning a hot hatch i30 GT? (5-door 2012 i30 pictured) It’s reported that Hyundai are planning a hot hatch GT version of the 3-door i30 due in 2013 with a 200bhp 1.6 litre turbo. With all the progress Hyundai has made in the last few years to become a credible threat to mainstream cars from Europe and Japan, the next step must be in the performance and luxury realm.