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As an eco designer it won’t come as a surprise that I'm no petrol head motoring journalist but I have had the chance to drive a number of pure electric cars over the years - many with varying degrees of success and just a little anxiety.
A specialist engineering team from within the world-famous university, Cambridge University Eco-Racing (CUER) has been creating solar-power-only racing cars to compete in the prestigious World Solar Challenge. The vehicles are designed, modelled and manufactured entirely from scratch. In the process the team has often developed entirely novel methods of car manufacturing and modes of thought in order to maximise the sustainability and safety of the vehicles. These methods have so far attracted the investment of global car manufacturers, energy companies and technological leaders.
Welcome to our online shop. Here you will find a selection of books, music, tools, clothing, toys & gadgets recommended by or related to Revolve, our guest drivers and organisations that participate in the annual Eco-Rally.
Green Car Design (GCD) is the only independent online eco-design car magazine! Created to give an open and free space for innovative design ideas and eco initiatives in the automotive world. They take an in-depth and intelligent look at the latest developments in transportation design with a focus on ecology and sustainability.
Halfway through 2012 and here's Green Car Design's second review, April - June 2012: Supercars. Headlines: Vauxhall Ampera, Renault Twizy, Porsche Panameras, Rimac Concept_One on sale and Lightning's GT almost there. Plus the exclusive thoughts of Peter Stevens, supercar designer extraordinaire, as well as Michael Mauer (Chief of Design, Porsche) and Mark Adams (GM Europe).
What is your vision for sustainable living in 20 years' time? Competition "Generation '92" offers the opportunity for young Europeans born in 1991, 1992 or 1993 to make a video showing their vision of a sustainable future. The winners will be invited to take part in an event on sustainable development in Copenhagen on 5 June. The best entries will also win a total of €6,000 in cash prizes.