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Musings on the Motoring World

Tesla’s future has begun, but can Tesla survive it?

Ten years ago if you had told anybody that the 2018 performance bar in everybody’s mind is an all-electric five (or seven) seat sedan, they would be in the right mind to call you delusional, or Al Gore. Ten years ago the financial markets had just imploded and nobody knew if the entire concept of […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

When the Valkyrie and Senna begin to parody themselves

The 2018 Geneva Motor Show was a glorious presentation of many things. Concepts that promise an electric future, concepts that promise a conventional engine future, and concepts that promise a flying future. Most importantly, for a motor show that prides itself on exotics, it provided an answer to the question of whether track versions of road […]

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Musings on the Motoring World

Our Autonomous Future Epilogue: Autonomy’s Own Pandora’s Box

Many scientists believe that the lasting legacy of our existence would be our earliest. Scores of scientists and engineers work tirelessly to ensure the preservation of the Mona Lisa while cave paintings have survived far longer than collective human civilisation itself, and will likely continue to exist without any preservation. Just as how the 1990s […]

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Musings on the Past

Our Autonomous Future Part 3: The New World Order

It took sixty-six years from the moment humankind figured how to pull off powered-flight to us landing on the moon. Never in human history has there ever been such a rapid pace of development as the journey from Kitty Hawk to the Sea of Tranquility, and much of it had to do with how the […]