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  • 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
  • Bugs, buggies and bubble cars: micro-motoring 21st century-style

    Farah investigates the return of the tiny urban vehicle, historically epitomised by the ‘bubble car’ and the ill-fated Sinclair C5. Does this latest generation from the likes of Audi, VW, Renault and Vauxhall really have a future?
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    By Farah Alkhalisi September 13, 2011 9:43 AM
  • Electric black cabs could change Londoners lives says EcoVelocity

    Imagine how London’s city centre would change if every single black cab were pure-electric powered. That ever-present steely tang of oily fumes would virtually disappear along with the omnipresent rattle of tired old diesel engines (yes, buses would still be an issue but you get the drift).
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    By Gavin Conway July 26, 2011 5:55 AM
  • Kia Naimo EV concept unveiled at Seoul Motor Show

    South Korean carmaker Kia has unveiled the fully electric Naimo concept at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show.

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    By Staff Writer April 7, 2011 3:29 PM