targa


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targa

(graphics, file format)
A graphics data format for bitmap images. It uses 24 bits per pixel and is a common output format for ray tracing programs.

TARGA

A bitmapped graphics file format from Pinnacle Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.pinnaclesys.com). Originally developed by Truevision, which was acquired by Pinnacle in 1998, TARGA uses the .TGA file extension and handles 16-, 24- and 32-bit color. TARGA is also the trade name of a line of video graphics boards used in high-resolution digital editing.
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Deliveries of the Targa are to commence by early 2009.
Before Formula 1 racing, the Targa Florio was the most difficult and challenging race for cars on earth.
The 2017 version of the 911 Targa 4S is equipped with a 3.
In the 911 Targa 4 GTS, the timeless design of the original blends seamlessly with the latest developments in Porsche performance, and builds yet further upon the sporty heritage of the GTS bloodline.
Coupe and Cabriolet versions come with a choice of two or four-wheel drive with four wheel only on the Targa.
THE 911 Targa is definitely a work of art -- a very different car, which is elegant and yet eyecatching, with a definitive personality.
PORSCHE named its Targa model after the madcap Targa Florio road race that took place in Sicily until in 1973 even the Italians thought it was getting a bit dangerous and canned the event.
l, has introduced the latest generation of the 911 Targa in the kingdom.
Some may recognize cues from the classic Targa concept, pioneered by Porsche in the late 1960s.
Now Porsche has started to take orders for the new 911 Targa, which is due here from May with prices starting at about PS86,000.