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The controller ports are hidden behind a fake fascia, so that the silhouette of the device is almost completely authentic.
The 2.0T models get a sportier grille and fascia design with a rear diffuser and dual exhaust tips.
This could be indicative of dry rot in the fascia, severe water damage, possible foundation damage and more.
For 2018, R/T models will have the front fascia, lower air dam and LED fog lamps featured on the SRT, the company said.
The XC60 tester was a handsomely carved crossover with an eye-catching front end that raised and isolated the grille from the lower fascia.
This helps with exfoliation, detoxification and improving circulation, which improves fascia fitness.
In addition, Rio's fog lamp surrounds have been moved outwards, creating greater visual width to the front fascia and a lower window line around the cabin provides the driver and passengers with a better all-around view.
Advanced styling with functional aerodynamics includes a sculpted body featuring smooth, contoured lines and functional front-wheel air curtains integrated into the sporty lower front fascia.
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Origin and Etymology of fascia
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FASCIA Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of fascia
fascialplay \-(ē-)əl\ adjective
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