The Spanish term "vidrios para carros" roughly translates as "glasses for cars" in English, according to Online-Translator.com. "Vidrio" means "glass pane." As such, this term specifically refers to the window and windshield glass used for cars.
The Spanish word "carros" is written similarly to the English word "cars." Both words originate from the Latin word "carra," a feminine singular noun that refers to a wheeled vehicle. English and Spanish share a lot of root words because they are both heavily Latin languages. The word "car" officially came into use in the English language around 1350, but the word's Middle English form was "carre."