How to build your own, custom, car body
Car bodies have been around since the late 1960s.
Now, the company that makes them is launching its own version.
The Recode team reports that the new car body will be able to hold two cars.
It will be built at a new plant in San Francisco and then shipped to customers.
We’re talking about an entire body.
The company will have to make it all happen within a year.
The body is going to be designed to fit a sedan, a hatchback, a convertible, and a SUV.
The cars will all have the same body.
There will be no body-on-frame assembly.
The first models will be offered in 2019.
The car body is not going to have a wheelbase.
The factory will do it, but that is the size that it is going for, according to Recode.
The new body will also include the car’s rear end, as well as the wheels, suspension, and tires.
The two-door sedan will be powered by a 3.6-liter V6 and a 1.8-liter turbocharged V6.
The coupe will have a 2.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and a 2-liter three-cylinder.
It has been rumored that the coupe could be powered with a V8 engine and a twin-cam, but this would mean that the car would have a rear wheel drive system and a rear-wheel drive system with both a V6 engine and twin cam.
The hatchback will have an optional V6 diesel engine and 1.4-liter four-cylinders.
The convertible will have one engine and one turbocharged diesel engine.
There’s also a V12 turbocharged version, which could come with a turbocharged engine or a turbocharger.
The SUV will have two engines.
The top-end SUV will get an engine with a 4.4L V6, while the lower-end will get a 4-cylile engine with four cylinders.
There are also options for both the hatchback and the convertible, according the company.
The 2019 model will be available with a six-speed automatic transmission, a six speed manual transmission, or a seven-speed manual.
The sedan will get both a six and a seven speed automatic.
The crossover will have both a four and a six automatic transmission.
It’ll also come with the V6 electric powertrain, which has been designed for the coube and convertible.
The next-generation crossover will be equipped with a hybrid powertrain.
The automaker is not disclosing pricing or details on the next-gen crossover, but we can expect the price to be in the $75,000 to $100,000 range.
The price for the 2018 model will start at $95,000.
The 2017 model will go for $55,000, and the 2016 model will cost $75.
The 2020 model will have prices starting at $85,000 and $110,000 for the sedan and crossover.
The 2018 and 2019 models will have the ability to drive on their own.
The current-gen models will not have that option, but the 2018 will have optional rear parking sensors and the 2019 will have them.
There is a hybrid-electric version of the 2018 and 2020 crossover that is expected to be available later in 2019 and early 2020.
The three-speed transmission will be optional for the 2019 model, but it will be mandatory for the 2020 model.
We’ve reached out to the company for comment and will update this story if we hear back.