Cars movie trailers have become a dime a dozen these days, with movies like The Great Wall and Deadpool featuring an assortment of cars from all sorts of makers.
But Cars has never done anything quite like this: a film that takes a different approach to the film’s story.
The new trailer, which is a full 15 minutes long, doesn’t try to be anything else, and it doesn’t feel rushed.
It’s a really well-made movie, and if you like what you see, there’s a lot of it in the trailer.
This trailer is part of a larger effort to showcase some of the new cars from the movie’s new generation.
There are a few different cars featured, like the Porsche 911 Carrera S, the Audi TT RS, and the Porsche 918 Spyder, and you can even see the brand-new Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
Cars will hit theaters on December 7, and fans are already talking about the movie.
Cars movie fans have had to wait about three months since the trailer was released to find out what the movie will look like, but now that it’s available, we’ve got a chance to put it to the test.
Let’s dive into the car selection first.
The new RC drift cars The trailer doesn’t really have a focus on the cars in the movie, but it does have a bunch of cars that you can see in action, such as the Audi S4 and the BMW 7 Series.
In this case, it’s pretty easy to see why, as the new car from the film is one of the most recognizable and powerful of all.
The car is the most popular model from the Audi brand, and its S4 is a car that’s been a staple in Audi’s lineup for years.
The car’s name is a reference to the popular German Autobahn road, known as the “Red Road,” that is famous for having a lot more traffic than other roads.
This road also happens to be a place where Audi also sells a car, the TT RS.
The TT RS was a direct result of the TT brand and the TT car is a tribute to the legendary car.
In the trailer, you see the TTRS running down the Red Road in an effort to get to the next stop.
The next stop is a small town in Germany, where the car was made for the purpose of being used by the driver.
“There’s a big road here, and we’re just going to run the hell off it,” the TT1 says.
The driver gets the impression that he’s going to die if he keeps going down the road, but he manages to get a good ride to the town, and is able to escape.
The road is named after the famous German road that the car is based on.
The TT RS is the first car in the film that’s not just a classic rally car.
The trailer shows the car in motion as the trailer shows a few other cars.
This time, you can really see the front end of the car.
This car is quite a bit heavier than the ones in the previous trailers, and that’s just because it’s running on a race track.
In the trailer you can also see the brake discs on the back of the wheel.
The rear end of this car is even more noticeable, and has the same look as the front.
In addition to the brake disc on the front, you also see that the wheel has a big air box in the center, a big vent in the middle, and a larger vent in front of the air box.
There’s also a small exhaust that goes to the rear of the engine, where you can still see the carbon fiber spoiler.
When you drive the TT, you’re really in the driver’s seat, as you have a 360-degree view of the road.
The wheel on the road also has a large vent in it, and an LED light on the rear wheel shows the distance that the tire has traveled.
I was really impressed with the way the car drove, as it kept the track on the edge of the track, and kept the cars on the track.
I’m sure that if you’ve been driving this type of car in real life, you’ve seen it at least once or twice.
The track itself is really smooth, and I can’t say that I have any complaints about the car itself.
I think it did an excellent job of keeping it on track.
Now, onto the cars.
There are a lot here.
Here are the four main cars that the trailer showed:The Audi S1 (S4), the Audi RS (S2), the Porsche GT3 RS (GTS), and the Audi Q7.
Each of these cars is an incredible car, and each one of them was the winner of the 2016 SCCA Supercar Championship.
The Audi S5 is the biggest of