Israel’s high-end transmission, which has already been approved for production by the country’s national auto manufacturer, is finally getting its final touch-up before it’s officially unveiled in Israel.
The transmission is expected to become the countrys first high-capacity transmission that is capable of producing more than 700 miles per hour, according to an official with the Israel Motor Industries Corporation, the company that is designing the system.
The transmission is scheduled to be the first of its kind to be built by the company since it was established by Israel’s military in 1948.
It will be capable of up to 700 miles of continuous driving.
It’s expected to be able to be used by the Israeli military for reconnaissance missions, which have seen it used to support missions in the Middle East, Afghanistan and other locations, including in Iraq.
The new transmission, called the MT82, will be used to provide Israel’s national high-speed transmission, a system that has been in development for some time.
This type of transmission is the successor to the MT100 transmission, originally developed by Israel Defense Industries.
Israel’s MT82 transmission has already undergone extensive testing, and is expected on the market by the end of this year.
It is expected that Israel will start production of the MT102 transmission, also manufactured by Israeli companies.MT102 transmission: transmission with a 1.9-liter engineThe MT102, like the MT80 transmission, is also expected to come with a diesel engine, which produces 200 horsepower and 200 foot-pounds of torque.
The MT82 transmissions are expected to have a range of up for about 1,000 miles, according a company spokesperson.
This is a significant increase over the current MT80, which is capable to drive for up to 3,000 to 3.5 miles per gallon.
The MT82 is expected have a fuel efficiency of 20 percent, while the MT20 has an efficiency of 16 percent, according the company.
The new MT102 transmissions are also expected have the ability to drive a car without a driver in the front seat.
Israel has had its own high-level transmission for some years now.
The countrys predecessor, the MT81, was used for surveillance missions in Lebanon.
This was done by using a satellite-linked high-altitude transmitter that had to be linked to a satellite and could not be used in civilian situations.
The company is also preparing to introduce the MT62 transmission in 2018, which will also be capable to provide transmission from a satellite.
The current MT82s transmission has been developed in partnership with Israeli defense company Avigad.
Avigid has been making high-tech, low-cost military equipment for the past 25 years.
The Israeli company is known for its low-end production vehicles, which are used by Israel to provide security and intelligence services.
Israel’s defense minister is also an Avigada employee.
Avigad is a subsidiary of the Israeli defense and aerospace company BAE Systems.BAE Systems was founded in 1958 by Israeli businessman Elazar Zaki, who had previously been the head of Israel Aerospace Industries.
Avigen was founded by Avigader’s founder, former Israeli defense minister Moshe Yaalon.