A lot has changed since we first introduced the FourFour two last year, but it is still pretty much the same four-wheel drive platform as it was before.
The new model we will be showing in the new video below is a bed-based version of the bed-mounted FourFour, with the usual six-inch rear wheel, and the same seven-inch front wheel.
The base model, the FourEight, has an 11.5-inch display, which is nice, but does not quite feel like a big screen.
That is a big complaint with the previous models.
If you’re looking for a bigger screen for your sofa, or if you just like a bigger, more comfortable room, you will be disappointed by the new model.
It’s not bad, but a little disappointing.
As with the new FourFour models, the two new models are only available in black and white, and they have the same six-speaker sound system as the old models.
They are also both available with the same 12-inch touchscreen display, but this time the screen is smaller and brighter.
All models come with an 11-volt charger.
All of the models are available in four different colours, with silver and black being the standard, while the grey FourEight and the white FourEight Plus come in grey, black, and white.
The grey FourFour Plus is the one we will see the most in this review, and it is the most expensive model, at £4,999.
There is no word on pricing or availability for the FourSix Plus, which we will have to wait and see when we get a chance to test it in the UK.
If all goes to plan, this should be a good all-round package for the Three Sixteen and Three Sixteenth.
The One Sixteen is available in five colours, the One Sixteenth in black, grey, white, blue, and red.
All five models are priced at £3,999, which makes it the most affordable four-wheeled system in the Three Twelve, the Three Eleven, and Fourteen models.
The Three Sixeight is available with either a 13-inch screen or a 12- and 14-inch screens, with both being available in grey and black, with black being more affordable.
There are no details yet on pricing and availability, but you will get the best of all worlds if you opt for the 13- and 13-in-1 models.
In terms of styling, the new models look pretty similar to the previous versions, but they do have a few differences.
The top of the new beds is now a fold-down curtain, and there is now an integrated backrest, which has been an optional feature in the previous two models.
There has also been a new headrest option, which folds into the base, rather than over the back of the seat.
The rear seatback is now made from a high-strength polycarbonate (HSPC), and this helps keep the weight down as the seats are supported by two heavy, four-legged legs.
The seat backs can now be folded down as well, so you can have two extra seats, with a removable top and bottom, if you want.
There’s also a new folding mechanism that allows the rear seats to be folded up, and you can also remove the top and rear door handles, to make room for a full-length armrest.
The only significant change to the models is that they now use aluminium instead of carbon fibre for the sides of the seats, which gives the seats a more lightweight feel.
It is worth noting that the two rear seatbacks are now made of a new material called “Carpacane”, which is the same material as used in the old FourSix models.
That material is used in most modern car seats and it’s used in a lot of high-end and premium chairs and stools.
It has also proven to be very good for the material’s thermal properties.
All four of the FourTwelve models have a 10.5kg (20.7lbs) payload, and that is very similar to what you will find in most new four-door cars.
It means that the OneSixteen and OneSixteenth have a payload that is similar to a BMW M4 (20kg or 27.3lbs) but not quite as heavy.
That’s good news for owners of four-cylinder cars, as they can now have more than enough space in their car to carry all their belongings.
The models are now also available in different levels of insulation, and we have included the price and weight figures below.
The prices in the chart are for the OneFourteen and the OneThreeEight, but the same is true for the new OneSixTwo, OneSixEight, and OneNine.
In the new Three Sixtwelve models, we have seen a similar pricing scheme, with three models being priced at just £1,