Allstate is one of the biggest car companies in the world and has been since the late 1800s.

It’s got an impressive track record of success, from making its way into the top 10 of the Best-Selling Cars Index in 2013 to the second spot in the Best Selling Car Index last year, where it was even better this year.

And this is despite the fact that the company has been selling cars for just two years in the past 20 years, which is pretty impressive considering the history of its products. 

But, there’s something else to be said for Allstate’s motorsport-centric marketing strategy.

The company’s biggest selling car, the Allstate M3, is now the third most expensive car in the US, but it still manages to score over 10,000 miles on a single tank of gas, which means that it’s got a respectable fuel economy. 

The Allstate S3 has been one of Allstate cars for quite some time, but the company’s recently launched the S4 is an all-new, all-electric vehicle, and the S5 has been announced as a replacement for the S3. 

Why?

Because Allstate wants to focus on fuel efficiency and the overall performance of its vehicles, rather than marketing its cars as performance cars.

And, it’s working in that direction with the S6. 

To understand why, let’s take a closer look at the three biggest features of the S7, the S8, and S9, as well as the company. 

Allstate S7 (2017 model): Engine and powertrain The S7 was the first car in Allstate history to use the Alltec 3.5-liter, V-6 engine.

It also has the company first all-wheel drive system, which Allstate says allows the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 3 seconds. 

As a result, the engine has a 0-60 time of just under 7 seconds.

This is great for a car that is designed to be a quick performer. 

A turbocharger adds another 1.2 hp to the mix, making the S-series S7 the quickest car in its class. 

This engine is based on a V-8 that Allstate made famous in the 1980s and 90s, the Ford F-Series V-4.

It is a bit more powerful than the F-series engine that it was based on in the ’80s, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less capable, as it can achieve a top speed of 160 mph. 

S-series S7 engine (2017): Powertrain In order to achieve this top speed, the F Series engine was reworked, resulting in a 4.2L engine with twin turbochargers.

This engine has an output of 4,500 horsepower. 

Because of the way the car is designed, the 4.4L engine is the same displacement as the F series V-series. 

However, the powertrain of the Allstar S7 is an entirely new, larger V-12 engine, which provides a 5.4-liter powerplant. 

Powertrains of this caliber are usually designed for performance cars, as they provide the power needed to push the car through corners, but these are also the types of engines that are found in some supercars like the Lamborghini Gallardo. 

For 2017, Allstate added a new, lighter, lighter-weight, but still very powerful, 4.5L engine. 

It also added a 3.3L turbochargor, a 4-speed manual gearbox, a 7-speed automatic gearbox (with paddle shifters), and the AllStar S7’s first ever “Lemon” transmission. 

Lemon transmission (2017) (Allstar S-Series S7 engine) Leverage The S7 has a unique lever-operated differential, a design that is supposed to make it easier to change gears.

However, the car doesn’t actually do this.

Instead, it has the driver use the steering wheel to turn the car in either direction. 

Drivetrains like the V-7 and V-9 are usually meant for cars that are meant to be able to handle long distance driving, but there are many cases where a car is just designed to handle short distance driving. 

If the car can’t be driven to its maximum speed, it can’t carry enough passengers to take advantage of this technology. 

With the lever-actuated differential, the driver is able to shift the gearshift easily, without having to hold the wheel or push the accelerator pedal. 

In addition, the lever actuated differential allows the engine to produce up to 60 horsepower and 45 lb-ft of torque at up to 6,500 rpm, which can