The U.S. auto industry is facing a shortage of antennas, with GMC announcing it will discontinue its popular U.F.O. and Chrysler announcing it is shutting down its popular Crossover pickup truck.
The U.K.’s Nissan and Toyota have also announced that they are cutting the number of antennas available for use in their vehicles, with Nissan announcing it was retiring all its existing and new U.
Fs in 2018.GMC’s new UF was one of the most popular and sought-after antennas available in the U.N.S., which was first introduced in 2004.
It is the only one that can be mounted on a GMC pickup, and the company is also launching a line of antennas for the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze.GM is also introducing a new range of UF, which includes UF-1, UF 2, and UF 3, for its 2017 Cruze and 2018 Sierra pickup trucks.
The 2017 Cruzer UF is a 3.8-inch (9.5 cm) UF with a diameter of 8.2 inches (20.3 cm).
The Cruze UF offers a 10-inch high-resolution display and a 12-inch wide (34 cm) video display, which makes it one of GM’s top-of-the-line UFs.
The 2018 Sierra UF has a 5.5-inch tall (14 cm) high-res screen with a resolution of 1036 x 768 pixels.
The Cruzer, with its 11-inch screen, has a resolution and pixel density of 1280 x 768.
The new UFs come with a range of mounting options that will allow you to mount the UF to any number of the various body panels of your vehicle.
These include the front grille, center console, and door handles.