Hyundai Motor recently collaborated with BBC StoryWorks for ‘Innovators of Tomorrow’, a series of videos that tell the story of how technology is being used to create a better tomorrow for everyone.
Cars that can drive themselves have started to appear on roads around the world, and fully-automated vehicles are set to become the norm in coming years. So how do self-driving vehicles work?
From food we eat, to packaging we use and the cars we drive, people are more environmentally-conscious than ever. With no harmful emissions, Fuel Cell vehicles are attractive to today’s eco-warriors.
Research has shown that electric cars are cheaper to own and run than petrol-fuelled cars in countries like the UK, US and Japan. These lower costs are a key factor driving surging electric car sales.
It was billed as Hyundai Motor’s ‘big surprise’ at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, and the automaker didn’t disappoint with its stunning Le Fil Rouge concept car.