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The cars were stars at the Television/Motion Picture Car Club's first show

Thu, 11 Mar 2010

When we first heard about this show, we figured it would be all famous cars from famous movies: the real Bullitt Mustang, the real Herbie, the real pod racer from Star Wars. While there were some actual movie cars at the first show of the newly minted Television/Motion Picture Car Club--including the Charger from Fast & Furious and a real Dukes of Hazzard General Lee--the majority of the wheels were tribute cars made by fans who happened to work in the movie industry. The only Star Wars car was a converted Honda Civic Del Sol with a stuffed green Yoda riding shotgun.

One Lap of the Web: Hockey players' rides, the Alaskan Land Train and Mini versus shopping carts

Fri, 09 Aug 2013

Hockey players go fast and hit hard, but ever wonder what cars they choose to drive to and from the rink? Here is former Detroit Red Wing forward Ray Whitney's muscle car collection. LeTourneau A massive land train used to haul goods and people across the vast open land of Alaska In its glory years, the mighty Alaskan Land Train could haul 150 tons of cargo across the frozen northern wastes.

RCA team helps develop all-electric London taxi proposal

Fri, 17 Jan 2014

The Royal College of Art's Vehicle Design program and the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design have collaboratedwith Turkish car manufacturer Karsan to develop a proposal for the first all-electric London taxi. An RCA team – co-led by Professor Dale Harrow and the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design's deputy director Rama Gheerawo – has been working with Karsan and its consultancy Hexagon Studio for over a year and to develop a public transport vehicle to suit Londoners of all ages and abilities. The team analyzed a current London taxi in a ‘co-creation workshop' and conducted interviews with taxi drivers, which showed many are over 65 and frequently spend the entire working day inside their cabs.