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MEMiddle English
MEMiddle East
MEMaine (US postal abbreviation)
MEMillennium Edition (Microsoft Windows)
MEMedical Examiner
MEModern English
MEMiddle Earth
MEMode Entry
MEMobile Electronics
MEMass Effect (game)
MEManaging Editor (newspaper industry)
MEMirror's Edge (game)
MEMain Engine
MEMail Early (slogan of post office)
MEMechanical Engineer
MEModel Engineer
MEMobile Equipment
MEMechanical Engineering
MEMaster of Engineering (degree program)
MEManufacturing Engineering
MEMid-Engine
MEMarriage Encounter
MEMaximum Effort
MEMaintenance Equipment
MESpanish North Africa
MEMarine Engineer
MEMechanical Equipment
MEMount Everest
MEMoral Education (school subject)
MEMiddle East Airlines (Air Liban, Lebanon, IATA airline code)
MEMission Employment (active phase of a mission or exercise)
MEMembers Equity (Australian Bank)
MEMutant Enemy
MEMotion Estimation (part of temporal redundancy coding technique used in digital television)
MeMaître (French title)
MEMesserschmitt (German aircraft manufacturer)
MEMelissa Etheridge (musician)
MEMiscellaneous Equipment
MEMinistry of Environment
MEMedway (postcode, United Kingdom)
MEOpening Information (filename extension; as in READ.ME)
MEMaster Electrician
MEMobility Equipment
MEMacro Economics
MEMechanized (welding)
MEMission Essential
MEMulti-Edit
MEMicrowave Engineering
MEMinistério da Educação (Portuguese Ministry for Education)
MEMinimum Energy
MEMaximum Entropy
MEMaterials Engineer
MeMethyl Group (-ch3)
MEMonth Ending
MEMyalgic Encephalomyelitis
MEMuzzle Energy
MEMolecular Electronics
MEMain Effort
MEMicro-Economics
MEMoneda Extranjera (Spanish: Foreign Currency)
MEMetabolizable Energy
MEMaster's Degree in Engineering
MEMultiengine
MEMission Économique (French: Economic Mission; various locations)
MEMental Endurance (Rifts RPG)
MEMedicina Estetica
MEManagement Entity
MEMobiele Eenheid
MEMontreal Exchange
MEMarine Enlisted
MEMessina, Sicilia (Italian province)
MEManaged Entity
MEMinimum Evolution
MEMaintenance Entity (ITU-T)
MEMechanical End
MEMission Evangélique (French)
MEManeuver Enhancement (Brigade)
MEMinistria e Ekonomisë (Ministry of Economics, Albania)
MEMoniteur-Educateur (French: Teacher for Children with Difficulties)
MEMental Excellence (education)
MEMargin Enhancement
MEMature Equivalent
MEMass Excavation (hydraulic excavators)
MEMolecular Emission
MEManaged Element
MEMoessbauer Effect
MEMapping Entity
MEMuse Elf (gaming)
MEMultiple Exceptionalities (education)
MEManpower Estimate
MEMinimum Number of Errors
MEMain Etch (semiconductor gate etching)
MEMirador Electoral (Guatemala)
MEMarine Etablissement (Dutch)
MEMicrocode Engineer
MEMilitary Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MEMissile Enable
MEMusic Exhibitioner
MEMorristown and Erie Railway Incorporated
MEMulti Equipos (Guatemala)
MEMotion Executor
MEMaintenance/Methods Engineering
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The mid-engine car is aimed at the McLaren P1 and LaFerrari.
Together with this, Aston Martin expects to release by 2021 a mid-engine supercar that would have competed with the Ferrari 488 GTB.
To ensure exceptional performance and drivability, this engine features cutting-edge technical solutions, including direct-injection, intercooler, dual (intake and exhaust) continuous variable-valve timing (VVT), eight counterweights, and intake and exhaust systems optimised for Alfa Romeo 4C's mid-engine layout.
A high-revving mid-engine, consistent lightweight construction concept and extremely dynamic suspension with quattro drive in addition to fully variable torque vectoring all make the R8 Coupe an exceptional car.
The facility was prepared in time for the launch of the new Ferrari 488 GTB mid-engine sports car.
The 4C is curvaceous; its mid-engine, rear-wheel drive design, excellent power-to-weight ratio and low-to-the-pavement ride can create an adrenaline rush like that of a race car.
The concept car is well balanced with a 43/57 weight distribution, to ensure it remained so given the mid-engine architecture, various components were positioned under the bonnet, including include the fuel tank, radiator and the hydraulic system.
Thanks to its mid-engine, and a space-saving, fully electrically-operat-ed fabric hood, the Boxster comfortably fits 150 litres of cargo under the bonnet and another 130 litres in the boot.
George Wills, managing director of Porsche Middle East and Africa, said: "Without any doubt, the new generation Boxster represents a quantum leap in Porsche's development of mid-engine vehicles.
Speaking on the occasion, Darwish said that the vehicle's mid-engine concept is the basis for its outstanding agility.
Without any doubt, the new generation Boxster represents a quantum leap in Porsche's development of mid-engine vehicles," said Porsche Middle East and Africa FZE managing director George Wills.
German premium automaker Porsche has launched its new Boxster featuring a completely new lightweight body, a revamped chassis, a wider track and larger wheels enhancing the mid-engine sports car's driving dynamics.
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