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Sparking Change

When the new Tesla Roadster is released it will offer a range of over 600 miles and a 0-60mph of 1.9 seconds making it sadly unsuitable as your next tuition car, so let’s focus on more realistic options
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Back to the future

Vs are now achieving exponential demand, triggering long waiting lists and $300 billion dollars of investment from manufacturers reacting to demand.
Cars

Sponsored by Hitachi

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Are diesels dead, desirable, or somewhere in between?

With diesel sales falling by over 20% and fully electric vehicle (EV) sales jumping by around 70%, it would seems that more and more of us are starting to question when, rather than if, they should ditch diesel for good.
Electrifying Stuff
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Plug and Play!

A rather extensive guide to EV charging for driving instructors
The Debate
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Is Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCEV) technology really overtaking Electric Vehicles (EV)?

Dr Graham Cooley - CEO, ITM (hydrogen electrolysis and fuel cells) and Professor David Greenwood - advanced propoulsion systems, University of Warwick
Electrifying Stuff
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Charged Yet Chilled

How electric cars can transform the driving experience
Electrifying Stuff
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The Electric Learners

As the non-sensical stigma against auto finally dies away the demand for automatic continues to increase rapidly
Electrifying Stuff
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The Rise of the Auto

I guess the technology behind automatics was not good enough to be that appealing and was less efficient than manuals resulting in higher running cost