test mule

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  • In unusual cases, test mules were acquired by members of the automaker's engineering team.
  • This car was developed and was used as a test mule for technical solutions later seen in the GTO.
  • Initial studies were done in two "test mule" vehicles based on Lotus Elises equipped with all-electric drive systems.
  • The car was widely regarded as a test mule for the Z3 M Coupe.
  • This vehicle also served as a test mule for the Ferrari Enzo.
  • This car was used as a test mule for the development for the Generation V SRT Viper.
  • One of which was a factory GSX test mule with 4 speed manual transmission used for speed testing.
  • A development mule or a test mule in the automotive industry is a vehicle equipped with experimental or prototype components for testing.
  • A twelfth car C5-R frame was built, but served merely as a test mule for the C6.R.
  • A prototype of this system was shown in a test mule using an 8th generation North American version of the Honda Accord.
  • This version did appear in real life in 1988, but only as the test mule for Ferrari's 1989 engine and was never raced.
  • The RX was fitted with a Tesla-designed battery pack, and is to be used as a test mule for electric vehicle development.
  • Though a V8 engine was first used in the test mule, the V10, which the production car was meant to use, was ready in February 1990.
  • Development of the new i10 started in India in 2012, using the Kia Picanto as a test mule for individual parts.
  • The e-M3 was Rimac Automobili's first test mule.
  • That GSX test mule was equipped with 4.78 gearing and was driven on the streets and tracks on the west coast.
  • Upon taking receipt of the car, the new owner immediately exclaimed, muletto!, which means "Test mule" in Italian, as he could clearly see that his supposedly new car was in fact a used, well-raced car.
  • It was a test mule vehicle for the upcoming Chevrolet Corvette C5.
  • Despite Ferruccio Lamborghini's reluctance to become involved with racing, Wallace believed Lamborghini production models had great competition potential and built these modified versions on his own initiative as both proof of concept exercises and test mules.
  • The sixth car, known as the MP4/3B, was a test mule for the Honda turbo engine that would power McLaren's hopes for 1988.
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