The vehicle features rotary switch (2WD/ Auto/4L /4Hi), black outside rear view mirror with turn lamp, puddle lamp, power operated mirrors and day/night inside rear view mirror.
What does IRVM stand for?
IRVM stands for Inside Rear View Mirror (automobiles)
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- International Remote Viewing Association
- Idiopathic Retinal Vasculitis, Aneurysms, and Neuroretinitis
- Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (UK)
- Intensite Rouge Vert Bleu (French: Red Green Blue Intensity; coding terminology)
- Iconic Remote Visual Data Exploration
- Inflatable Reentry Vehicle Experiment
- Information-Rich Virtual Environment
- Information Review Form (student financial aid)
- Instituto Rural Valle Grande (Spanish: Valle Grande Rural Institute; Lima, Perú)
- Interactive Robotic Visual Inspection System (University of Cambridge; UK)
- Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management (Iowa)
- Immigrant, Refugee and Visible Minority Women of Saskatchewan (Canada)
- Interagency Remote Video Network
- Internal Read Visibility Not E (semiconductor terminology)
- Illinois River Valley Orienteering Club
- Infarct Related Vessel Patency
- Improving Rate of VeloPharyngeal Incompetence
- Inertia Rated Vector Quantization
- Instrument Runway Visual Range
- Idiopathic Right Ventricular Tachycardia
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pacific Blue exterior color added * Deep Crimson Metallic replaces Red Rock Metallic exterior color * Bering Blue Metallic replaces Adriatic Blue Metallic exterior color * Ebony interior trim replaces Very Dark Pewter (LS, Luxury and Limited) * Chrome accents added to HVAC lever, gauges, and speaker surrounds (LS, Luxury and Limited) * Chrome accents to be added mid-year to interior door handles and locks (LS, Luxury and Limited) * Map lights deleted from inside rear view mirror
Inside rear view mirror with embedded organic LED (OLED) screen.