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DEXRON

DEXRON is the trade name for a group of technical specifications of automatic transmission fluid created by General Motors. The name is a registered trademark of GM, which licenses the name and specifications to companies which manufacture the fl ...

                                               

Duco

Duco was a trade name assigned to a product line of automotive lacquer developed by the DuPont Company in the 1920s. Under the Duco brand, DuPont introduced the first quick drying multi-color line of nitrocellulose lacquers made especially for th ...

                                               

Gear oil

Gear oil is a lubricant made specifically for transmissions, transfer cases, and differentials in automobiles, trucks, and other machinery. It is of a high viscosity and usually contains organosulfur compounds. Some modern automatic transaxles do ...

                                               

Prestone

Prestone is an American brand of auto chemicals owned by KIK Custom Products Inc. It was originally made by Union Carbide, which spun off its consumer products in 1986 to form First Brands. In 1994, First Brands spun off the brand to its manageme ...

                                               

Radiator Weld

Radiators are used for automotive engines the cooling function by passing engine coolant through the engine block. The coolant is pumped in a closed and sealed loop from the engine block through the radiator and back to the engine block. If a thi ...

                                               

Rain-X

Rain-X is a synthetic hydrophobic surface-applied product that causes water to bead up and run off surfaces, most commonly used on glass automobile surfaces. The brand has since been extended to a range of automotive and surface care products, in ...

                                               

Simoniz

Simoniz USA, Inc. is an American manufacturer of automobile and janitorial cleaning products. The original Simoniz Company was founded in 1910, making it the oldest car care brand in the United States.

                                               

Windshield washer fluid

Windshield washer fluid, or washer fluid) is a fluid for motor vehicles that is used in cleaning the windshield with the windshield wiper while the vehicle is being driven.

                                               

Abdul Latif Jameel

Abdul Latif Jameel is a family-owned diversified business founded in Saudi Arabia in 1945 by the late Sheikh Abdul Latif Jameel. Operating across 7 core business sectors, Abdul Latif Jameel has a presence in over 30 countries across 6 continents.

                                               

Acura CL-X

The Acura CL-X is a concept car built by Acura for the 1995 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It was reported to have a top speed of 140 mph. The particular car shown had special carbon fiber and aluminum composite wheels designe ...

                                               

AMC AMX-GT

The AMC AMX-GT is concept car that was developed by American Motors Corporation for the 1968 show car circuit. The design of the grand touring-type rear-wheel drive pillarless coupe of monocoque construction with two doors and a truncated rear en ...

                                               

AMC Cavalier

The AMC Cavalier was a concept compact car made by American Motors in 1965. It was innovative by its symmetrical design and use of interchangeable body parts.

                                               

AMC Rambler Tarpon

The Rambler Tarpon was a concept car, a sporty youth-oriented 2 plus 2 hardtop coupe developed in 1963 by American Motors Corporation. The bright red with black roof design study made its public debut 1964 Chicago Auto Show and served to foretell ...

                                               

Apollo Arrow

The Arrow was co-developed by Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG and Apollo Automobil, while Roland Gumpert was CEO of Apollo. It was planned that an Italian company MAT, the company that builds the SCG 003C would be appointed to produce the produc ...

                                               

Astra-Gnome

The Astra-Gnome is a concept car by industrial designer Richard Arbib using a 1955 Nash Metropolitan chassis. Described as a "Time and Space Car", it features themes influenced by the space travel forms that were popular during the 1950s. The veh ...

                                               

Budd XR-400

The XR-400 was a fully operational concept car. A "sporty" youth-oriented convertible was built in 1962 by the Budd Company, an independent body builder in Detroit, Michigan, for evaluation by the fourth largest U.S. automaker at the time, Americ ...

                                               

Docker Daimlers

The Docker Daimlers were cars built for display at the British International Motor Show at Earls Court Exhibition Centre from 1951 to 1955. The cars were built on Daimler chassis by Hooper, a Daimler subsidiary, on the order of Sir Bernard Docker ...

                                               

Dome Zero

The Dome Zero was a prototype sports car from DOME Co. Ltd that was exhibited at the 48th Geneva Auto Show in 1978. The Dome project was started by Minoru Hayashi in 1975, with the goal of producing sports cars using knowledge gained from auto ra ...

                                               

Dymaxion car

The Dymaxion car was designed by American inventor Buckminster Fuller during the Great Depression and featured prominently at Chicagos 1933/1934 Worlds Fair. Fuller built three experimental prototypes with naval architect Starling Burgess – using ...

                                               

EcoJet concept car

The EcoJet concept car is a concept car designed to run on biodiesel fuel, using a Honeywell LTS101 gas turbine instead of a reciprocating engine. The engine is normally used in helicopters and provides 650 horsepower and 583 ft-lb of torque. Dri ...

                                               

Fisker Atlantic

The Fisker Atlantic is a plug-in hybrid concept car first shown to the public at the New York International Auto Show in April 2012. Produced by the American car manufacturer Fisker Automotive, it was to be a smaller addition to the range to sit ...

                                               

FSO Syrena Sport

The FSO Syrena Sport was a Polish Concept cars sports car designed and built in the late 1950s by a group of engineers at the Fabryka Samochodow Osobowych FSO, which due to economic and political reasons never went into mass production.

                                               

Helicron (automobile)

The Helicron is an open-wheel car that used a propeller as its drive. The Helicron was abandoned in the late 1930s, but was restored after its barn find in 2000. In the same year, the car was permitted by the French government to drive on the Fre ...

                                               

Ikenga GT

The Ikenga GT is a prototype automobile that was built in the United Kingdom in 1967. Only one was built, but that car went through three styling iterations.

                                               

Isdera Commendatore 112i

The Isdera Commendatore 112i is a concept car conceived and developed by the German low volume automobile manufacturer Isdera. Introduced at the 1993 Frankfurt Motor Show, the 112i had a compact and sleek aerodynamic body work and was to be a suc ...

                                               

Iso Varedo

The Iso Varedo was a concept car produced by Italian car manufacturer Iso Autoveicoli S.p.A. in 1972 styled by Ercole Spada. It was unveiled at the 1972 Turin Motor Show. Only one Varedo was ever built. It currently resides at the Sarasota Classi ...

                                               

Isotta Fraschini T8 and T12

The Isotta Fraschini T8 and T12 are Italian concept cars revealed in 1996 and 1998 respectively as an attempt by Isotta Fraschini to resurrect their prestigious luxury automotive brand name of the early 20th century.

                                               

Isuzu 4200R

The Isuzu 4200R is a mid-engine sports car that Isuzu displayed at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show. The development theme was the establishment of a sporty performance and image, in a traditional European taste. Lotus and Isuzu were connected at the ti ...

                                               

Jimenez Novia

The Jimenez Novia W16 is a French one off supercar built in 1995 by Ramon Jimenez, a French motorcycle racer from Vaucluse. It reportedly cost £600.000 and took ten years to develop. It features an aerodynamic body with center locking wheels, sci ...

                                               

Lada Silhouette

The Lada Silhouette is a family car concept car developed by Russian automaker AvtoVAZ in collaboration with Porsche Engineering and the Lada 110-series) and originally revealed to the public in 2005. In 2006, the concept was revised and develope ...

                                               

Land Rover DC100

The Land Rover DC100 is an off-road concept vehicle from Land Rover originally intended to demonstrate what the vehicle that will replace the long-running Defender in 2020 will look like. The DC100 was first unveiled to the public in September 20 ...

                                               

Lotus APX

The Lotus APX is a concept car created by the British automobile marque, Lotus. It was first introduced at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show. It is the first complete vehicle built on the new Versatile Vehicle Architecture. This vehicle is also a first ...

                                               

Lotus Ethos

The Lotus Ethos is a fully plug-in hybrid concept car that was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show as the "Lotus CityCar". The vehicle was developed by Lotus Engineering, a separate division from Lotus Cars. The CityCar has a lithium battery pa ...

                                               

Lotus M90

The Lotus M90 is a concept car that was developed by Lotus using many Toyota parts. Rumors were circulated that it was the initial design for the MKI MR2, but, though sharing an engine, it bears very little resemblance to the mid-engine roadster. ...

                                               

Mazel Identity i1

The Mazel Identity i1 is a two-seater Spanish sports car concept, which has been produced by Mazel with cooperation and input from the H2R Design firm. It was presented at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show The car is 4.43 metres 174.4 in length, 1.92 me ...

                                               

Mercury Messenger (concept car)

The Mercury Messenger is a concept vehicle that was created by Mercury in 2003. It was revealed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that year. The vehicle was named after Mercury, the Roman messenger god from whom Mercury get ...

                                               

Mercury Meta One

The Mercury Meta One is a concept car that was created by Mercury. A four-door crossover sport-utility vehicle, the Meta One made its debut at the 2005 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The Meta One is notable for being ...

                                               

Mercury My

The mercury Concept is a concept car that was created by Mercury. The my mercury was first introduced at the 1999 North American International Auto Show. The my mercury was designed by J Mays, the same designer of the Volkswagen New Beetle. This ...

                                               

Mercury XM-800

The Mercury XM-800 is a concept car created by Mercury and first introduced at the 1954 Chicago Auto Show. In newspaper publicity at its 1954 debut, in Chicago and elsewhere, it was presented with its full name, Mercury Monterey MX-800. The XM, o ...

                                               

MG EX-E

The MG EX-E is a concept car that was produced by MG and presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1985. The EX-E was a mid-engined sports car inspired by the Ferrari 308 and designed by Roy Axe and Gerry McGovern. The cars drivetrain and chassis ...

                                               

Mini Beachcomber

The Mini Beachcomber is a concept car presented by Mini at the 2010 North American International Auto Show as a preview of the Countryman crossover. The Beachcomber has an open body concept, which according to the brand is supposed to offer an ul ...

                                               

Mini concept cars

This was a clean sheet design using all the knowledge gained from the cancelled ADO74 proposal, with Charles Spen King in overall charge. The new car was sized to be smaller than the established superminis but larger than a Mini to allow useful i ...

                                               

Minissima

The Minissima is a small concept city car that was designed by William Towns as his idea for a replacement for the Mini in 1972. It was displayed by BLMC on their stand at the 1973 London Motor Show after they bought the prototype from Towns. In ...

                                               

Monteverdi Palm Beach

The Monteverdi Palm Beach is a concept car built by Monteverdi in 1975. It was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1975 as a concept, built on a shortened Monteverdi High Speed 375C chassis. The car never went into production and remain ...

                                               

Neorion Chicago

The Neorion Chicago, a 1974 product of the Greek Neorion group of companies, was a car that was to combine uncompromising luxury, retro-looks and a powerful 4x4, cross-country character.

                                               

Packard Pan-American

The Packard Pan-American is a concept car produced for the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan in 1952. Conceived as a moderate-performance two-seater by Hugh Ferry, president of Packard, it was built by Henney, which was responsible f ...

                                               

Packard Panther

The Packard Panther was a show car, built in 1954 to showcase some of the more radical ideas Packard was considering for its production models in the mid- and late-1950s. The Panther was a two-seat "personal luxury" sporting convertible in the sa ...

                                               

Panhard Dynavia

Before the end of World War II venerable French automaker Panhard et Levassor foresaw that post-war demand for their typically large and expensive cars would be limited and that a smaller less expensive model would be needed. Designer Louis Bioni ...

                                               

Panoz Abruzzi

The Panoz Abruzzi was a grand tourer intended for manufacture by Panoz Auto Development for the European market. Production was to be limited to 81 units and it was expected to be delivered between 2011 and 2013, with a retail price of around £33 ...

                                               

Phantom Corsair

The Phantom Corsair is a prototype automobile built in 1938. It is a six-passenger 2-door sedan that was designed by Rust Heinz of the H. J. Heinz family and Maurice Schwartz of the Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in Pasadena, California. ...