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Solar Powered Tricycle set to Begin Production

It’s not quite a car. Nor is it a bicycle. And it could be mistaken for a futuristic pram. In fact, mö is a...

Eco-Car Company Fills the Gap Left By EVs with Hydrogen

While electric-powered vehicles are promising to be the messiah of the zero emissions future, an alternative energy source is fighting not to be overlooked:...

Drivertainment – a New Multi-Trillion Dollar Industry is Born

When drivers become riders, no longer needing to have their eyes on the road, they’ll be able to give their full attention to other...
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The Road Ahead for Michelin

The French tyre giant Michelin has a history of innovation dating back over 120 years.  And it's still looking to the future with its...
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Renault Unveils a Trilogy of Robo-Vehicles at the Paris Motor Show 2018

Heads have been swivelling around Renault's stand at this year's Paris Motor Show. The reason? It's showing off three autonomous concept vehicles. Christian Ledoux, Renault's...
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Self driving luxury cars must have an ‘off switch’: Bugatti President

  The President of luxury French car manufacturer Bugatti has revealed the brand's super sports cars may one day be self-driving, at the European launch...

What to do with Electric Vehicle Batteries Once They Start to Die?

As the surge of electric cars begins in a bid to reduce carbon emissions, another environmental problem arises: what to do with the large...
Auto Futures

World’s First Taxi to Accept Singing as Payment

Life is a highway. I want to ride it all night long. What if by singing the classic 90s song you could ride all night...

Energy Giants Tussle to Take a Lead in EV Charging

They’ve sold fossil fuels to cars for a century, but now the oil majors are battling it out in a bid to power the...

‘Whale’ of Driverless Pods Could Ferry Passengers by 2019

While the world waits years, if not decades, for fully autonomous vehicles to become commonplace on roads and highways, a British technology firm says...
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