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US $42.88
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Staten Island, New York, US

Staten Island, New York, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Surface Finish:DARK RED Interchange Part Number:12856129 Part Brand:OE Placement on Vehicle:Left

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Toyota Auris (2012) first official pictures

Mon, 20 Aug 2012

Toyota will showcase the new Auris family hatchback at the 2012 Paris motor show from 27 September. Toyota claim the new car is lighter, more economical and altogether more distinctive than the somewhat forgettable first-gen Auris, but will their efforts be enough to tempt non-geriatrics away from their Astras, Focuses and Golfs? Read on for all the Toyota Auris details.

Art Center Summit - Designing Sustainable Mobility

Tue, 06 Mar 2007

Shrinking oil reserves, global warming, failed political administration policies, the car as an avatar, industrial humanism and the motorized shoe were just a few of the topics and ideas discussed at the Art Center College of Design 'Designing Sustainable Mobility' conference, held in California in February. For the designers in the room, a bright light was shone from BMW's Chris Bangle. A lively speaker with an optimistic speech giving us terms like "Industrial Humanism" and "design with meaning".

Audi RS7 to lap Hockenheim – DRIVERLESS

Mon, 13 Oct 2014

Audi are taking an RS7 round Hockenheim completely autonomously Every car maker – from Mercedes to Volvo¬†and Ford – is working hard to make autonomous driving a reality, and it looks like we’re just a few years away from seeing cars being driven by computers, with the driver relegated to passenger in many daily driving tasks. Now it’s Audi’s turn to demonstrate the progress they’re making with autonomous technology by taking an RS7 round the Grand Prix track at Hockenheim without a driver having control. It’s arguable that taking a driverless car round a track – even at race speed – is far less of a technological task than having a car running driverless through a cityscape with all its variables, but it’s an impressive demonstration nonetheless.