The Spanish phrase "venta de motores para carros" translates roughly to "sale of motors for cars" in English. The Spanish word for "engine" is the same as the English word "motor," although the plural of the word in Spanish is "motores" rather than "motors."
A motor is a small and powerful engine, such as the engine used for a car or motorboat. It can also refer to a self-powered vehicle or anything that causes motion, such as a steam engine. The word "motors" can also refer to stocks and bonds in car companies. It has a Latin origin and first appeared around 1580.