CARACAS, Venezuela — The car that will go into service this fall for Cuba’s national football team has more power than its sun, but the $12.8 million price tag is a significant price tag for a car that won’t make the trip to Miami or London anytime soon.
In an era when car ownership is becoming more common, the price tag of the new car is surprising.
It’s a car whose power comes from the car’s powertrain, a turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can produce more than 500 horsepower and 500 lb.-ft. of torque.
It’s powered by an electric motor that’s driven by an array of electric motors.
It uses a small electric battery pack that can store enough power to drive the car for a couple of hours.
In this photo released by the Cuban Sports Car Association on April 7, 2017, a car belonging to Cuba’s National Football Team competes against the Venezuelan national team in a World Cup qualifying match at the Pan Am Games stadium in Havana.
In a country that is struggling to build a stable, vibrant economy, the car represents an opportunity for Cuban athletes to show their country’s growing wealth, as well as the hope of making it to the 2018 World Cup.
Cuban President Raul Castro, who took power in a military coup in 1989, has long been a champion of cars.
His government has built a vast and ambitious car collection in recent years, and it recently bought a new sports car, a Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class sports car.
The car was delivered to the national team’s training camp in Miami, Florida, last month.
A car like this one will be a welcome sight at the upcoming World Cup in the United States.
But it will be hard to see any athletes on the field during the game in Havana, which is hosting the tournament from July 12-20.
It could be years before the Caravans first car, or even any cars at all, goes on sale.
But a car like the new Carabobo, which will be built in Venezuela and built in a factory in Havana — and which will have a starting price of about $10 million — is certainly something to be excited about.
It will be another rare opportunity for the Cuban soccer team to show off their wealth and drive the country’s economy.
But the car, built in partnership with the Cuban sports car association, could also represent a major step forward for the country as it tries to modernize its economy.
Cubans have been buying cars for decades.
The first car that came to market was the VW Beetle, which was introduced in 1957.
The next two cars were the Volkswagen Rabbit and the Volkswagen Beetle.
The Carabobos, which the Cuban government hopes will help its athletes reach the World Cup, will have four seats and the capacity to hold up to eight people.
The team is expected to field an All-Star roster of stars from around the world, including stars from Cuba, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico.