I made my annual pilgrimage to Advanced Engineering 2018 at the beginning of November and amidst all the high-tech materials, latest manufacturing advances and cutting-edge engineering, I was struck by the proliferation of electric powered vehicles and other forms of transport on display...
   
 

Editor’s comment: December 2018

I made my annual pilgrimage to Advanced Engineering 2018 at the beginning of November and amidst all the high-tech materials, latest manufacturing advances and cutting-edge engineering, I was struck by the proliferation of electric powered vehicles and other forms of transport on display.

A far cry from sluggish old milk floats and rickety fork lift trucks, these new vehicles included a lightweight off-road trials bike, jet ski inspired water taxi and a classic British Leyland mini retrofitted with an electric power source with similar performance to the petrol-powered car and capable of 100-mile range…

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