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- Stilo jet helmets intercom kit-trophy electronics 9volts(US $80.00)
- Stilo jet helmets intercom kit- wrc electronics(US $80.00)
- Stilo ya0237 wrc des, trophy des, st4f and st4w mirror short visor(US $80.00)
- Stilo ya0628 st4f 50% smoked visor(US $80.00)
- Stilo 12v power supply for wrc/trophy intercom - yb0100(US $55.00)
- Haltech platnium pro engine management r35 gtr(US $1,000.00)
Mercedes S-Class Convertible confirmedSun, 29 Sep 2013
The Mercedes S-Class Convertible will be based on the S-Class Coupe (pictured) The new Mercedes S-Class has already arrived, and we’ve also got the new S-Class Coupe (in concept form, at least) with the next variant of the new S-Class now looking likely to be the Mercedes S-Class Convertible. We’ve known since 2011 that Mercedes were planning to chop the top off the S-Class for the first time since the W111 S-Class in the 1960s, but this is the first time anyone from Mercedes has officially confirmed it. Thomas Weber, Mercedes’ product development boss, has told Automotive News that the S-Class Convertible is on the way and will be based on the new S-Class Coupe.
Jaguar F-Type Coupe Configurator now LIVETue, 26 Nov 2013
Jaguar F-Type Coupe Configurator now LIVE. ‘Our’ F-Type Coupe R cost over £100k It does look like the Jaguar F-Type Coupe – revealed last week at the Los Angeles Auto Show – is all the car we hoped it would be, and more so with the arrival of the 542bhp F-Type R Coupe. With deliveries expected to start in spring 2014, you may have to wait a while to get in to Jaguar’s most appealing car since the E-Type launched 50 years ago, but you can scratch that itch a bit by building your own F-Type Coupe on Jaguar’s new F-Type Coupe Configurator.
Infiniti M Line (2010/2011) – M37 & M30d – at Geneva +videoMon, 22 Feb 2010
Infiniti are debuting the Infiniti M Line at the Geneva Motor Show Back in December Nissan released a heap of detail on their range-topping Infiniti – the Infiniti M Line – aimed at European buyers of the 5 Series and E Class. But sadly for us we’re not going to get the real halo Infiniti M Line – the M56 – instead we have to make do with the 3.7 litre V6 petrol – the M37 – and the 3.0 litre diesel – the M30d. We will be getting the M35 hybrid later, but that doesn’t look as if it’s Geneva bound.