Browsing the "Paris" Tag

2015 Audi TT Good For Up To 54.7 MPG

September 24th, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

iding on the latest Audi Space Frame chassis and sporting a super efficient 2.0 liter TDI turbodiesel engine, the new Audi TT can deliver up to 54.7


British Politicians Aim To Ban Non-Hybrid Cars By 2040

August 14th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

While some American politicians may take issue with the government’s investment in green automobiles, it pales in comparison to the debates taking place in England. There, the Liberal Democrats have proposed a bill that would outlaw all non-hybrid cars from English roads by 2040. It sounds insane, but stranger things have happened


SNCF Transports Nissan Leaf For Free

June 25th, 2013 | by Nicholas Brown

SNCF is a European train company that offers multiple rail services, including an auto train service which enables people to travel with their cars on trains. Nissan worked with them to provide Nissan Leaf owners the ability to carry their cars with them for free in France


Video: New Electric Airplane Set to Train Future Pilots

June 20th, 2013 | by Jo Borras

This is the new E-FAN electric airplane by EADS, which was shown off at this month’s Paris Air Show. It is light, agile, fast, has a good L/D ratio, and is just the sort of thing you’d expect Dyson to build if Dyson decided to build an airplane


Hong Kong Will Ban Dirtiest Diesel Vehicles From City Limits

January 2nd, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

It doesn’t take a genius to link air pollution with old vehicles, and the powers-that-be in Hong Kong have tried for decades to reduce the constant smog smothering one of the world’s most populated cities. Now a new initiative will ban the dirtiest diesel vehicles from the city limits while offering companies financial incentives for modernizing their delivery fleets



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