12V Review: December Edition Now Live!


Are you in the know? Connects2 have just launched the December edition of the 12V Review, a magazine dedicated to insider news, product launches and talking points from within the automotive industry

In business as in life, each year, we strive to be better, learn more and truly thrive in our environment. Here at Connects2, we’ve been working hard since 1999 to bring you the latest in cutting edge car audio technologies and our goal is to continue doing so for the foreseeable future.

From working in the industry for so long, we’ve gained a real appreciation for the quirks of automotive and the hard-working, loyal people within our sector. We’re pleased to have worked alongside many of them to develop solutions across the globe and we’re proud of the many connections we’ve made.



The 12V Review is a publication for the industry which we’ve been working on and releasing quarterly through 2015/2016. Designed as a showcase, not just for our efforts, but for the combined knowledge and progress of the aftermarket as a whole, the magazine is targeted at those with an interest in car audio beyond the stock OEM options available to them.12vpromo_2

If that sounds like you, or has piqued your interest – it’s time to click this link and take a look at our brand new December edition.

We’ll leave you with the edition’s introductory piece, written by the editor, to explain more about what you can expect:

“As we head into the winter months, millions of us here in the UK are experiencing icy roads, frosted windscreens and traffic jams brought on by the Christmas rush. We’re all set to spend more time in our vehicles in the build-up to the festive season, and with a wealth of technology available to make your in-car existence easier, safer and more enjoyable, now is the perfect time to read up on what the automotive industry has up its sleeves.

In December’s 12V Review, you’ll discover what we’ve been up to during autumn, including trade fairs, new products, charity work, fresh faces and even more new products, of course. We recently launched our range of mounting solutions, E2, which are selling like hotcakes and will be crucial for many drivers as roads become treacherous. We’ve also brought out an Adaptiv for the BMW 5 Series (E60) – the perfect gift for a driver who can never have enough features in their car.

In the garage, we’ve seen it all. Everything from spectacular and exotic vehicles like the Chevrolet Camaro to everyday city and family cars. One particular highlight for us this quarter was a heavily modified Ford Ranger which came in for work on its DAB radio. For our popular Installation Guide feature, we’ve decided to focus on the Ford Ranger 2015; this time we installed a full CTK installation kit and upgraded the vehicle to take a double DIN stereo whilst retaining its original features.

For our feature, we’ll be taking you inside SEMA, one of the world’s largest aftermarket trade shows, where we travelled in early November, and once again, we’ve liaised with our experienced technical support team to bring you FAQs, tips and tricks in the Troubleshooting section.

New to the 12V Review this issue is a column from Zeid Nasser, founder of popular blog The Intelligent Driver and product engineer at Delphi, bringing you the lowdown on the latest advances in automotive safety tech.

On behalf of Connects2, I’d like to wish our readers a Merry Christmas and a productive, happy New Year.

Ben Armstrong, Editor”


A limited amount of advertising is available in the 12V Review at highly competitive rates. Please contact the editor at ben.armstrong@connects2.com for a full rate card and media pack for 2017.



Ben Armstrong

Connects2 Ltd.


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