Here are some of the most important points about the polaris and its unique design.
It was designed in response to a call from the then prime minister to put air conditioning on the country’s cars.
It had a built-in heating element and a built in fridge to store food and a “smart heating” system which automatically switched off when you opened the door.
In effect, the car was designed to provide the same basic warmth that the average person would experience while travelling by car.
In this way, it was designed not just to save the climate, but to save lives as well.
A car’s temperature sensors are located in the hood, so you can see them and adjust the thermostat yourself.
The air conditioning system is very sophisticated, allowing it to operate continuously.
It also has a temperature sensor on the floor.
The heat exchanger is mounted on the rear of the car and you can control it by turning the ignition key.
The temperature sensor has a range of 1 to 15C, which means it can be adjusted to be as cold as 15C on the outside, or as warm as 1C on top.
A polaris is also able to turn off automatically if you remove the hood.
The heating element is the most complex part of the polarising system, with sensors, fans and fan blades, all of which need to be fitted.
It can be fitted either on the roof or in the cabin.
It has four different types of fans which can be set to either a continuous fan mode or a cooling mode.
The fans can be turned on or off remotely.
There are also fans that are not used for cooling, but can be used for other functions.
In the cabin, the radiator can be opened and closed, the air conditioner can be switched off, and the thermoregulation system can be activated remotely.
The thermostats are controlled by the software and are not controlled by any switches or levers.
There is a “heat and power” switch on the dashboard which can turn the car off, or turn it on for a certain period of time.
There’s also a manual transmission, which can also be changed.
There was an internal thermostatic valve which was used to regulate the temperature of the cabin for those who wanted to cool off with a hot bath or hot shower.
You can also add a fan to the engine compartment to increase the temperature.
The cabin has a window that allows you to see into the cabin from the outside.
It’s an open plan cabin, which is also an advantage in that you can adjust the temperature without opening the windows.
It is also very windy, so it’s good for drivers with cold feet.
The dashboard features a touch screen display that shows you the temperature, speed, wind, and other information.
It displays a time and distance to the nearest car, and lets you adjust the speed of the engine.
The car can also turn itself on or set its alarm to go off at any time.
If you’re travelling by air, the system uses a smart heating system to keep you warm.
It includes a built into fridge which is constantly being replenished.
The refrigerator is connected to the car’s computer via USB, and can be remotely switched on or unplugged from the car.
It doesn’t have a built insignia, but it does have an audible alarm and can also give the driver an alert if it’s about to be opened.
It provides the same level of protection as a house, which has its own electrical system, and is therefore a good choice if you’re a driver who doesn’t like to have the windows open.
You won’t need to replace the fridge, but you may need to use it as a fridge when travelling by road.
The polarising effect has also been tested by the British Antarctic Survey.
It worked by keeping the temperature and wind at the same as the outside temperature and maintaining the same wind speed, for an average of just 2.5 knots.
It didn’t have the most accurate readings though.
At the very end, it showed a reading of 2.8.
The UK and US are the only countries that have tested the system.
A few other countries have tested it and they have all reported slightly different readings, with the UK’s reading at 4.7.
The results of the UK test show that the system works for people who like to be in the car in the first place.
It isn’t quite as good for those without the need to travel by air.
It does seem to work for some, but there is no definitive answer on whether it will work for all.
This article originally appeared on the BBC.