It’s almost Friday once more, and there is a lot of green stuff going on in the world today, especially as far as green transportation goes. Some of today’s highlights; bamboo could replace of carbon fiber, BMW execs give more details about the i3 EV, and the EPA says the internal combustion engine has a “bright” future.
Could Bamboo Replace Carbon Fiber in Cars? [Good Design]
Global EV Demand Stuck Between 2% and 4% [The Truth About Cars]
BMW Execs Talk i3 Electric Car [Green Car Reports]
GM, OnStar Partner with RelayRide for Promote Car Sharing [Gigaom]
Nissan Introduces Lighter, Stronger Steel [Green Car Congress]
In Copenhagen, Gas Stations Become Bike Repair Shops [Good]
EPA: Future of Internal Combustion Engine is “Bright and Clear” [Green Car Congress]
Chris DeMorro is a writer and gearhead who loves all things automotive, from hybrids to HEMIs. You can read about his slow descent into madness at Sublime Burnout or follow his non-nonsensical ramblings on Twitter @harshcougar.