Definition of late-model in English:

late-model

Syllabification: late-mod·el
Pronunciation: /ˈlātˌmädl
 
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adjective

chiefly North American
(Especially of a car) recently made or of a recent design.
More example sentences
  • ‘I was having fun driving late-model cars,’ Junior says.
  • If you've ever used a cell phone, turned the key in the ignition of a late-model car, heated up lunch in a microwave or had a pacemaker installed, you've been touched by Kilby's legacy.
  • When your late-model car's oxygen sensor goes on the fritz, it will impair operation of the catalytic converter and probably cause your car to flunk its next emission test.

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