How do you classify Eurostile and similar boxy and wide typefaces? Geometric Sans Serifs come up as a suggestion, and I understand why, but I hope that there is another sub-classification for it.
Eurostile is a Geometric Sans-Serif designed by Aldo Novarese. I believe you can sub-classify however you want, but that is just inventing new names - is it really necessary? Should we have fonts classified by their corner radiuses for example?
On Fonts.com search filters you can only see 6 classes:
I believe these are more than enough to describe most typefaces correctly.