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Löwe Automobil

Löwe Automobil
Type Privately Held
Industry Automotive
Founded Berlin
Headquarters Berlin
Area served Worldwide
Website .deloeweautomobil

Löwe Automobil is a German automotive part manufacturer that specializes in various car sensors. It is a brand of LASPA Berlin.[1]

Products

Löwe Automobil products include mass flow sensors, fuel pressure regulators, oxygen sensors, universal oxygen sensors, idle speed controllers, and throttle position sensors.[2]

BMW and Mercedes-Benz are the main focus of Löwe Automobil's airflow meter production.[3]

Löwe Automobil mass airflow meters are sold all over the world.

Spelling

Because of the German letter "ö" in the word Löwe (German for lion), the company's name is a matter of some confusion — where both Lowe Automobil and Loewe Automobile are acceptable variations of the Anglicized spelling.[4]

References

  1. ^ Löwe Automobil Legal Notice, Löwe Automobil, Germany
  2. ^ Official Löwe Automobil Product List, Löwe Automobil, Germany
  3. ^ Löwe Automobil Airflow Meter Product Page, Löwe Automobil, Germany
  4. ^ About Löwe Automobil, Löwe Automobil, Germany

External links

  • Official Website of Löwe Automobil in English
  • Official Website of Löwe Automobil in German
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