Do we want a future that actually works? New roads and bridges, trains that run properly, clean electricity to slash CO2, a hydrogen infrastructure for the imminent fuel-cell cars? No, we’re told these investments are too expensive. Cobblers I say. They’re cheap compared with a bank bail-out.
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Car-company wisdom these days is to pretty much overwhelm buyers with options. But over at Ford, they’re going the other way. And the aircraft cupholder is responsible.
Here’s something I never thought I’d be writing: right now, Citroen might be the coolest car company in the world.
Years ago I stumbled upon an article about Volkswagen which, amongst other things, referred to a letter written by a disgruntled senior VW exec to the company’s supervisory board. This chap was annoyed.
Forget, for a moment, the shiny new metal all over the Paris show. And the champagne and canapes, which flow as absurdly freely as ever. Wanna know how badly the motor industry is doing in these turbulent times? One insider gives this quick lesson in credit-crunch-o-nomics.
The Paris show floor is full of shiny new SUVs. But the conversation and the gossip is full of stories of the whole SUV thing driving deeply into the mire.
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