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When talking about driving ‘green’, much of the conversation is directed at electric cars, the battery-powered vehicles quickly gaining popularity on UK roads. Every now and again, hydrogen is mentioned as a clean alternative fuel, but its impact on driving has been much smaller. How will that change in the future? Will our cars be powered by the most abundant element in the universe?
The future of technology is famously hard to predict, with how paradigms can quickly shift and new ideas are regularly introduced. The automotive industry is no exception, with companies always keen to innovate and build on current ideas, in order to edge out their competition. Increasingly, legislation is also having an effect on design, so the question is: what will we be driving in the coming decades?
There are some things you can get with a smaller car that are harder to achieve with something bigger. Famed for their tight handling and responsive acceleration, hatchbacks are more than just a boot configuration; they overflow with personality and can be more practical than you think.
In the global defence industry, being ahead of the arms race is of the upmost importance. Many of these technological advances end up making their way into the public’s hands; everyday objects like disposable tissues, zips and sunglasses were created to solve important problems on the battlefield. Some of these inventions – with a little retooling – also find their way into our garage.
SPRINGFIELD, NEW JERSEY – The Simpson Cup committee are thrilled to confirm that the 10th edition of the Simpson Cup will be staged at the prestigious Baltusrol Golf Club from August 28-31.
It’s the next evolution in driving, and it’s arriving quicker than anyone expected. Electric vehicles (EVs) have been gaining popularity over the last few years, with an 88% increase in sales over 2020, with 10.6% of all total car sales in 2021 being pure EVs.
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