It’s a question many of us asked ourselves as we explored the latest offerings in the popular new car world.
There are the sleek and sporty FCA-engined, but also the more practical options like the Nissan Versa, Nissan Versy, and the Honda CR-V.
And then there’s the car that has a lot more going for it than just a design.
It also has a cool little car park.
It’s called Cafe Latte.
Located on a street in the city of Barcelona, the cafe is a little hidden gem and it’s easy to miss if you’re not looking for it.
But when you do, you’ll see a small cafe full of vintage and modern car parts.
Its a rare treat to stumble upon an old-school cafe in a city that is still buzzing with the revival of classic car culture.
So, what’s the deal with Cafe Latteras original design?
It all started with the idea of opening a car cafe in the town of La María in the early 1900s.
Its an old, traditional town with a very long history, and its always been a popular destination for people from all over the world to hang out.
However, the car culture in the area was dying and the people wanted to keep the town’s traditional car culture alive.
So the cafe was born.
In the 1930s, the original cafe owner, Francisco de Mello, decided to change things up and open his own car club, La Marista.
It took off like wildfire and became a very popular place for the local community to gather to watch the racing, drive a car, and get their hands dirty.
After a few years of growing, it had to expand to a larger location.
In 1962, the Cafe was re-opened as a full-fledged car club.
Today, the Café is a beautiful building and the owners keep their traditions alive with the car club’s car show, car auction, and other events.
Its been said that there are only five people in the world who can go in there and be like a normal person.
But they have all become Cafe Lattes owners.
The car club also keeps its traditional roots by having a lot of the original Cafe equipment, which includes a small car park, old-style radios, and even a small radio in the back that serves as a makeshift TV.
But the cafe’s biggest draw is the cafe itself.
There is nothing quite like sitting inside a cafe with a book in hand.
And when you’re inside, you can just sit and read all day long.
The Cafe has an impressive collection of vintage furniture, including a couple of cars from the ’50s and ’60s.
The cafe even has a large painting of a classic car in the window.
Its all about the car.
So when we asked the Cafe owner, Franco, what kind of car the cafe had, he said it was the CR-2.
The café has a history of selling cars in Spain and the rest of Europe, but it was only in 2015 that the cafe moved its focus to the U.S. The CR-1 was the first car that Cafe Lattec had ever sold in the U