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Autonomous cars

The future is autonomous

How the Chrysler Portal has all the tools required to be a game-changer in the world of transport

How paddle shifting works

How paddle shifting works

How some cars can change gear directly from the steering wheel with no need for a clutch or a gear stick

Pictured is HMS Ambush returning to HMNB Clyde in Scotland.

Ambush, second of the nuclear powered Astute Class attack submarines, was named in Barrow on 16 December 2010 and launched on 5 January 2011. 

The seven Astute Class boats planned for introduction to the Royal Navy are the most advanced and powerful attack submarines Britain has ever sent to sea. Featuring the latest nuclear-powered technology, the vessels will never need to be refuelled and are capable of circumnavigating the world submerged, manufacturing the crew’s oxygen from seawater as she goes. 

The Astute Class are also quieter than any of her predecessors and have the ability to operate covertly and remain undetected, despite being fifty percent larger in size than the Royal Navy’s current Trafalgar Class submarines.

The evolution of submarines

Discover the nearly 400 hundred-year-old journey in the development of underwater vessels.

The future is electric

The future is electric

A new era for electric transportation will be here very soon. Read on to find out what, when and how.


Camouflaged cars

Meet the ‘selfie-proof’ Ford prototype coated in an optical illusion skin.

Modern airships

Modern airships

The new breed of hybrid airships that may fill the sky in the near future

A woman reattaching the wheel of her upturned bike. Shot on location with natural lighting.

How to service your bike

Spring is finally here and it’s time to get outside! Find out how to keep your bike in tip-top condition before taking to the roads, tracks or trails