The Cars of the Future


The cars of the new generation. (Photo Credits)

If there is any indication about how the future would look like, then it will definitely be a lot cleaner in Norway.

UK-Based The Independent quoted reports that the Norwegian Government has moved to completely eradicate petroleum fueled cars in the year 2025.

“Norway will ban the sale of all fossil fuel-based cars in the next decade, continuing its trend towards becoming one of the most ecologically progressive countries on the planet, according to reports. Politicians from both sides of the political spectrum have reportedly reached some concrete conclusions about 100 per cent of Norwegian cars running on green energy by 2025.”

Read the whole report here.

Autonomous Cars

Intel’s website, IQ meantime shared some of the latest developments on Autonomous Cars.

“The realization of autonomous or self-driving cars requires an almost unthinkable amount of data crunching. Weast said today’s cell phone plans cover a couple of gigabytes of data every month, including streaming of videos and music. By comparison, an autonomous vehicle will chomp through terabytes, of data every hour. That’s too much data to send to the cloud, so high-performance computing is needed in the car to process an incredible amount of data in real-time.”

Read the whole article here.

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The website Brightside Me meantime published an article about the millennials who are not into buying cars anymore.

“Why own a car if you can take a cab? It’s almost a personal car with a driver. And it’s not more expensive than having your own car. Why buy a house in a beautiful place and go there for vacation, if you can find a place to stay through Airbnb in any corner of the planet? You don’t have to overpay for rent or buy a property in a country you love.”

Read the whole article here.

So how would the highways of the future look like?

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