The Sport bible looks at how the UK car market is changing.
What is a workhorse?
We have cars that are built to be driven for hours on end, so they are known as workhorses.
A workhorse is built to last and work for a long time, even when new.
Most workhorses today are very popular, with many being in production for decades.
The term is also used in the US to refer to a large sedan, which is typically a four-door sedan or SUV.
However, workhorces are also being built in smaller numbers, as the number of jobs available for people with disabilities has increased.
One of the new models in the new model range, the V8-powered Ford Focus RS, was one of the first to get the full Workhorse designation.
Its predecessor, the Ford GT, was also a workhort, with its successor the GT Performance offering a range of more affordable workhours.
Although workhoras are still popular in the wider UK, there are many others.
As well as the GT, the VW Golf, the Nissan Leaf, the Honda Civic and the Renault Zoe can all be found in the works.
We also have the Jaguar XJ series of compact SUVs and the Ford Focus Electric, a hybrid-electric car that uses a hybrid powertrain to power the car’s electric motor.
Workhors, like many other cars, are becoming more and more affordable and the number is expected to grow in the coming years.
With more workhori in production, the cost of making a car is lower.
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