It’s a hot topic for carmen and electra lovers, and a topic that’s likely to become a hot one for car owners and dealers, as the car is becoming more popular with buyers and car companies looking to sell more of their vehicles.
Carmen-Electra, or carmen’s electra, is a small, lightweight electric vehicle with a large battery that provides a range of up to 100 miles per charge.
It has a range, too, up to 30 miles per hour.
The electric car is a popular option for those who want the convenience of a gas-powered car but don’t want the expensive price tag.
It’s also popular for people who don’t live in cities or who don�t want to buy a gas car.
It�s also a topic carmen�s electra lover Carl Eichmann is excited about.
Eichmann lives in the eastern part of Germany.
He�s in the business of selling cars, which is why he�s fascinated by carmen.
His wife, Angela, is also an electric vehicle lover, and they�ve built a company together to sell cars and other electric vehicles in Germany.
Eichman said they�re hoping to have a nationwide market for electric cars in the near future.EICHMAN: The carmen is not a product, it�s a concept, a toy.
The car, the carmen, is an idea.
The carmen has been around for decades.
Its design was influenced by the French automobile designer Jean Nouvel, and was the inspiration for the iconic car on display at the Berlin car show in 1958.
Euchmann said that idea has been carried on in various forms for years, including a similar model on display in Paris.
Carman-Electras are very small cars, about the size of a minivan.
Echmann said they weigh about a pound and have a range that�s more like 20 miles.
The main advantage of the carman-electras is that they don�ve to be a big hit.
The big problem is that the cars are expensive, at about $10,000 for the basic car.
Eicher said that’s not necessarily a bad thing, because it means that the cost of a car is going down.
The cars have a good safety record, with almost two-thirds of the cars being tested and certified by the German Auto Workers� Association.
There is no government regulation for car-sharing, so it is up to each car owner to decide whether they want to lease one or share a car with friends.
Echmann, however, thinks the public is going to be more interested in the car-rental industry in the future.
He thinks there will be more people buying cars and renting them, as more people have to share their cars.