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My son is nine years old," Reyes also said on Twitter, adding his family does not have a sports car.
The design-1 sports car has been designed by Jannarelly Automotive with Equation Composites the first firm to have acquired a car production license in the country.
Launching into China in 2015 also played a major role in the success story, with the Mustang becoming a best-selling sports car in the world's largest auto market, with sales increasing by 74 per cent in 2015, according to IHS Markit new vehicle registrations.
In the first full year of sales in Europe customers ordered 15,335 Mustangs and it was the best-selling sports car in several markets including France, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Finland and Greece.
In the first full year of sales in Europe, customers ordered 15,335 Mustangs, and it was the best-selling sports car in several markets including France, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Finland and Greece.
Baby boomers who loved their sports cars are just too danged old.
Embodying innovative advancements in E-Performance at the event was one of Porsche's most iconic super sports car, the 918 Spyder.
And let's remember the MG was for very many years genuinely Britain's most popular sports car, as well as being extremely popular in other geographies.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 10, 2014-Renault buys Caterham's stake in sports cars JV
First devised by Calty Design Research in the Sony PlayStation Gran Turismo game environment, the Toyota FT-1 represents the pinnacle of a long-running endeavour by Calty to create the ultimate sports car.
Museum marketing and development officer Sharon Thomson said: "If you love classic British sports cars, this event is just for you.
McLaren Manama will be part of the Moda Mall luxury shopping complex and will see the brand's first premium high-performance sports car, the 12C, sit alongside the world's most exclusive fashion, restaurant and jewellery brands.