From what I could tell from images of his paintings on the Internet, Carrà never painted strictly realist paintings. Some of his earliest works on the Web, painted when he was around age 30, seem Cubist-influenced. Then from about 1911-1915 he made Futurist paintings. Then he became associated with Giorgio de Chirico and his Metaphysical Painting concept. After that, Carrà tended to do cityscapes and landscapes using a simplified, rather rough style.
Examples of his work are below. I find none of them interesting or appealing.
Filippo Tomasso Marinetti was the founder of Futurism.
This is Futurist because pace and movement are suggested by the title, yet the overall impression is Cubist.
This painting and the following one are Futurist.
At this point Carrà is influenced by de Chirico.
Modernists were drifting into a neo- pseudo-classical style at the end of the Great War, and Carrà was keeping up with fashions.
But he still hadn't completely parted from de Chirico's influence.
By the time this was painted, Carrà seems to have largely departed from doctrinaire Modernism, though was not quite fully free of modernist simplification.
A late painting. Crudely done: primitivism combined with lonely de Chirico emptiness.