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  • Geneva Live: Hyundai i-oniq

    Gorgeous extended range electric vehicle from Korean automaker
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    By Gavin Conway March 6, 2012 2:21 PM
  • Geneva 2012: Hyundai releases first image of i-oniq concept

    Hyundai has joined the ranks of carmakers that will show off electric concepts at the Geneva Motor Show next week, when it will officially unveil the i-oniq concept.
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    By Will Dron March 1, 2012 3:05 PM
  • The Conway Column: Hydrogen… place your bets, gentlemen

    With the launch of the UK Government’s UKH2Mobility initiative, the car industry faces biggest gamble in a 100 years.
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    By Gavin Conway January 21, 2012 11:26 AM
  • 2011 RAC Future Car Challenge preview

    The 2011 RAC Future Car Challenge kicks off next Saturday 5th November. Following on from the huge success of the inaugural run last year, the Future Car Challenge (FCC) will once again set off from Madeira Drive in Brighton, covering 60 miles to finish up at London’s Pall Mall.
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    By Gavin Conway October 31, 2011 4:50 PM
  • The hydrogen fuel cell car’s future

    There exist some electrically-driven cars that you don’t have to plug in to recharge: ‘fuel cell’ vehicles are filled up with hydrogen in much the same way as you’d go to a petrol or diesel pump. While TheChargingPoint.com is predominantly concerned with plug-in cars, in light of Nissan’s recent announcement of a fuel cell breakthrough, we take a closer look at the high hopes the auto industry has for fuel cells.
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    By Farah Alkhalisi October 31, 2011 12:53 PM