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New Wireless Shark Fin Shape Automobile Roof Radio Am/fm Signal Antenna White on 2040-parts.com

US $15.98
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Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou, China
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Product Name:Shark Fin Antenna Placement on Vehicle:Top Fitment:Universal Country/Region of Manufacture:China Material:ABS Brand:possbay UPC:Does not apply Colour:Black/Grey/Blue/Gold/Silver/ Red/ White

Jaguar XKR-S (2011) at 2011 Geneva motor show

Wed, 23 Feb 2011

Jaguar has turned up the power and sharpened the handling on the flagship XKR coupe for the 2011 Geneva motor show. The result: the XKR-S, claimed to be the fastest production Jaguar sports car ever. For 2011, Jaguar is returning the XKR-S to the top of the XK range. CAR readers may recall the well regarded 2008 limited edition that last carried the badge.  The XKR-S has an uprated version of the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 found in the standard XKR. Power moves up to 542bhp (from 510bhp), and torque swells to 501lb ft (up from 461lb ft) thanks to lots of ECU tweakage.

Kia Motors appoints Peter Schreyer as President

Fri, 28 Dec 2012

Kia Motors has appointed the man who changed their design – former VW man Perter Schreyer – as President. When Peter Schreyer left VW in 2006 after a sparkling career that saw him establish the Audi design philosophy – still a hallmark of Audi design – to head up design at stodgy Kia, many in the industry thought it an odd move. But Peter Schreyer seemed keen to prove his worth after VW had passed him over to head up their new design studio, and Kia offered the prospect of turning a budget brand in to a mainstream force with cutting edge designs and, it would seem, a pretty free hand to do what it would take.

Toyota Prius: Battery bottleneck limits Prius Output

Wed, 05 Aug 2009

Battery bottlenecks are hurting efforts to boost output of the Toyota Prius to meet booming demand, and the problem will likely persist into next year, a Toyota official says. "The new Prius model has been excessively popular, inconveniencing some of our customers, and the factories are working overtime at full capacity," Takahiko Ijichi, Toyota senior managing director, said Tuesday at the company's quarterly earnings announcement. "Unfortunately, the batteries are not catching up with demand.