Cars of the future (22 Jul 2004)
With our roads becoming impossibly congested and the knock on environmental effects of such traffic, Chris says that things are going to have to change. No longer will cars be built and marketed as powerful, fast machines. High horsepower petrol and diesel engines will give over to the light, economical fuel cell vehicle.
Dale Harrow is already teaching students how to design these cars for the future and he will be describing how they intend to bridge the gap between the sleek, aerodynamic, speed machines of today and the simple, economic automated cars of the future.
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