By John CoughlanThe Europes newest hot hatchback is a car which will be welcomed into many homes in the Europes south and is set to attract more attention in the next few months as the continent prepares to welcome the first Europes first fully functional luxury car.
In fact the model has been designed by one of the leading European car manufacturers, but it will not be for sale as it is a luxury car in its own right, making it the first of its kind in the world.
The concept has been dubbed the ‘Eureka’ car, after the famous ‘Einstein’ who used his ideas to build his own space ship.
The car has been created to compete with other models on the market and will be the subject of a feature in a French publication.
The European Hurricane model has just been launched at the Geneva Auto Show.
The European model will be a luxury version of the BMW i3, a car designed for those who want to go out for the night or for a quick drive and the styling of this is very similar to the BMW.
But the car will not have the performance of the i3.
The Eureka is designed for the most practical people who want a luxury and practical car, it has been said.
The only other model in this category is the Porsche Panamera S, which is a mid-sized, mid-range car and is available in a range of models, but the Eurekas interior and features are also very similar.
Its also worth noting that the Euromaster is not a luxury model, but a luxury coupe that is marketed towards a specific market.
The model that will be unveiled is a four door, five speed sport coupe, which can go from 0 to 60mph in under 3 seconds and has a range to get from zero to 100km (62 miles) in under four minutes.
The driver will sit in the front and the passenger will sit behind the driver, with the front seats folding down to the driver’s bed and the rear seats folded down to provide extra space.
It will come with a 7.0L twin turbocharged V8 engine, a petrol engine and an electric motor.
This model is currently priced at €80,000 ($87,100).
It will be sold only at dealerships in the south of France, but there is no word on when the first models will go on sale.
The cars are expected to be introduced in early 2017.
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