SAV

(redirected from Sport Activity Vehicle)
AcronymDefinition
SAVSport Activity Vehicle
SAVService Après-Vente (French: customer service)
SAVSaved (File Name Extension)
SAVSubmerged Aquatic Vegetation
SAVSlovenská Akadémia Vied
SAVSelf Adhesive Vinyl
SAVSports Activity Vehicle (BMW)
SAVSophos Anti-Virus
SAVSaved Backup File
SAVSports Activity Vehicle
SAVSoftgrid Application Virtualization
SAVStand Alone Version
SAVSymantec anti Virus
SAVSymantec Anti-Virus (now Norton Anti-Virus)
SAVStaff Assistance Visit
SAVSender Address Verification
SAVStart of Active Video (ITU-R Bt.656-4)
SAVSavannah, GA, USA - Travis Field (Airport Code)
SAVState Audit of Vietnam
SAVStudents Against Violence (Saint Paul, MN)
SAVStock At Value
SAVStrike Attack Vertical
SAVSource Address Verification
SAVSpecial Assistance Visit
SAVSemi-Annual Vegetation
SAVSpecified Anniversary Value
SAVSource Approval Verification
SAVState-of-the-Atmosphere Variables
SAVSite Assistant Visit (US TSA)
SAVStrike Attack Vector
SAVSecurity Assistance Visit
SAVSafe Airspace Volume (volume of airspace in which it is safe to operate an unmanned air vehicle)
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Yousuf; Dewan Motors is proud to present the all-new BMW X1 Sport Activity Vehicle to our national hero, Sarfraz Ahmed, Captain of the Pakistan cricket team" said Mr.
When Ford unveiled the SAV sport activity vehicle Concept in 2005 it immediately captured the public s imagination and inspired us to produce today s S-MAX, a true white space vehicle, said Barb Samardzich, vice president, Product Development, Ford of Europe.
Called the Sport Activity Vehicle Concept, or SAV for short, it gives a glimpse of what Ford believe people carriers will look like in the near future.
Last year, AppliedSensor announced the integration of their Air Classification Module (ACM) into the 2007 BMW X5 Sport Activity Vehicle to provide occupants with cleaner in-car air, and that selection of their HSS-440 Hydrogen Safety Module by several major auto manufacturers for their new fuel cell/hydrogen-powered vehicles.
AppliedSensor, a provider of chemical sensor components and modules, and Sensata Technologies, a developer of industrial sensors and control solutions, announced that their Air Classification Module (ACM) is now being integrated into the 2007 BMW X5 Sport Activity Vehicle to provide occupants with cleaner in-car air.
supporting BMW's production of its X5 Sport Activity Vehicle and Z3 Roadster.