Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A low-hung omnibus with slatted seats placed crosswise on the roof, and with a curving staircase for reaching the top. It is commonly drawn by three horses abreast, and is used in London, and to some extent in New York.
“We've always been in road cars," explains Antony Sheriff, managing director of McLaren Automotive, "but we didn't have a long-term road-car strategy.”
“About a month ago I stood in the sun-flooded atrium of the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, England, listening to Mr. Dennis talk about the company's new road-car venture and its first issue, the MP4-12C.”
“The commitment of the sport's most famous team, Ferrari, is less in doubt, since racing prowess has historically been essential to its image and road-car business.”
“But we can take out a Fortnum and Mason's hamper in the road-car that meets us. ”
“It is difficult to imagine, for example, how any sort of road-car organization could beat the railways at the business of distributing coal and timber and similar goods, which are taken in bulk directly from the pit or wharf to local centres of distribution.”
“Blount drove the road-car all the way around the Capitol grounds to come into his office street inconspicuously.”
“Instead, he crept around to a garage near the hotel and hired a two-seated road-car.”
“And the SLR "taught us how to be a road-car company" that can mix luxury with high-tech performance.”
“But while Ferrari is perhaps even better known as a maker of powerful supersports cars that look gorgeous sitting on your driveway McLaren has only ever dabbled in road-car manufacturing.”
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