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a leading specialty distributor of highly-engineered fluid power and power train products, to an affiliate of Brinkmere Capital Partners, LLC.
LOS ANGELES, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Elite Sports Fitness Center (PESFC), founded by NFL brothers Chris Kemoeatu and Ma'ake Kemoeatu , announces its official partnership with Power Train Sports & Fitness(TM) (PTSF), established by global sports and fitness guru Steve Saunders .
Using simple controls on the dashboard, you can shift between three modes: rear-wheel-drive 2WD gas, front-wheel-drive 2WD electric and 4WD, with both gas and electric power trains engaged.
In addition, the display will highlight Honda's unique advanced safety technologies and power trains that combine environmental-friendliness with superior driving performance.
Hoselton, an auto-industry analyst at KeyBanc Capital Markets/McDonald, said domestic manufacturers are well versed in diesel technology, and he also expects those engines to be the most popular of the alternative power trains.
Moreover, even the relatively costly advanced composites may not make cars costlier: the cost of their extra materials can be offset by simpler automaking and smaller power trains (Lovins et al.
He added: 'This is a major milestone in the acceptance of the hybrid power train and its potential to become a mainstream technology.
Internet is a manufacturer of power train, chassis/suspension and structural components for the automotive industry.