bumper design

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  • The front bumper design is also different, with a raised section in the middle above the license plate.
  • Bumpers designed for off-road use typically have added eyes or D-rings to assist in vehicle recovery.
  • The overall length was trimmed by because of a new spit-bumper design.
  • Regulations affecting bumper design in the late 1970s, saw the increasing use of soft plastic materials on the front and rear of vehicles.
  • The exterior changes were subtle, with alterations limited to the front bumper design and new wing mirrors.
  • Because FMIC systems require open bumper design for optimal performance, the entire system is vulnerable to debris.
  • This was done by a bumper within bumper design.
  • The 4x4 models get a new front bumper design with chrome accents.
  • In 1938, A new bumper design appears to right blades.
  • They may be fitted with special bumpers designed to force vehicles off the road, and may have visual and audible warnings, with special audible warnings which can be heard from a greater distance.
  • The front bumper design was slightly changed, it now has round fog lights compared to the previous rectangle fog lights and in addition to the lower grill there are two horizontal bars instead of one.
  • The first batch of AVCs arrived in November 2009, but did not enter service until April 2010 due to a change in the bumper design.
  • The A-Class was facelifted in 2001, with minor alterations to the front and rear bumper design and the addition of a new longer wheelbase version.
  • Chassis' are designed with front bumpers, optional side and rear bumpers designed to hold guide rollers that interact with the track's 58mm high walls.
  • As such, American-market E12s were fitted with lower compression pistons, special larger bumpers designed to withstand a collision with no body damage, and fender-mounted front turn signals.
  • In the rear, the Dart's new rectangular tail lights were set into a wedge-shaped rear bumper design continuing the angled trailing edge of the new deck lid and quarter panels.
  • Other rumours that the car hid major crash damage (in part true, as the new bumper design sprung back after minor impact and couldn't be "read" to interpret major damage) also harmed the car's reputation.
  • The show was produced by production company Betty TV for Channel 4, with the titles and bumpers designed by Pete&Tom, and theme music by Ben Parsons.
  • Volvo also claimed that it was one of the first cars sold in Europe featuring bumpers designed to comply with U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulations to withstand a front rear impact without damage to the engine, lights, and safety equipment.
  • A newer bumper design has also been adapted with a special "diffuser" fitted at the bottom to give the rear a sportier look and on either side of the diffuser are reflectors which were lacking in any other previous Corolla Hatchback models.