Not Just Petrol

1950 - 2000

The fuel crisis of the 1970s and increased pollution levels have led car industries to invest in the development of engines that consume less fuel (petrol, diesel, LPG and methane) without affecting performance.

The car has become an article of dress without which we feel uncertain, unclad, and incomplete in the urban compound 

Herbert Marshall Mcluhan  

Research focuses on the production of cars that use non-pollutant, renewable energy. To date, hybrid cars (petrol plus electric) have become the most widespread, but there are more and more incentives in place for electric cars thanks to the creation of specific charging points along the road network.