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Metra Electronics® Launches 50+ New Radio Dashboard Kits in a Year More Kits and Speaker Adapters Unveiled at CES 2019

Holly Hill, FL – January 8, 2018 – Metra Electronics® has developed more than 50 different radio dashboard kits in the past year, with new kits launching at CES.

This includes engineering kits to fit the latest Double-DIN radios for older model vehicles, custom engineered kits for specific “L” shaped Double-DIN radio chassis designs and more. These new products cover a wide range of classic, modern and new vehicles, now allowing installers to retrofit the dashboard for many hard to upgrade applications. Among the new models launching at CES will be plastic TurboKits® and kits with integrated electronics in the TurboTactile™, TouchTronix™ and Turbo2® series. For speaker replacement, 6 new speaker adapters will be on display at the show for GM, Toyota and Volvo applications. Many feature patent-pending designs exclusive to Metra. Metra Electronics is the leading manufacturer of dash kits and will debut 138 new products from all of its 12 volt brands at booth #5211 in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

All of Metra’s kits are proudly made in the U.S.A. using high-quality ABS plastic and engineered to provide a perfect fit. New TurboKit part numbers and vehicle applications are below, with up-to-date, vehicle specific information and additional specifications available at MetraOnline.com. More >>>

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