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AutoVolt July-August 2016
There's awards galore in the new issue of AutoVolt, as we celebrate the best electric and hybrid vehicles of 2016.
See our finalists and visit http://www.autovolt-magazine.com

Highlights include:
  • COLUMN: Robert Llewellyn We welcome our new columnist, Robert Llewellyn, who talks about Brexit, energy and electric cars.
  • INSIGHT: Charge For Charge Big news for EV drivers, Ecotricity has introduced a charge-for-charge fee to use the Electric Highway. We take a look at why it has been introduced, the electric vehicle community reaction and how to avoid it.
  • DRIVEN: Tesla and the Autopilot Behind the wheel of a Tesla Model S 90D to try our Autopilot, the firm’s autonomous driving technology.
  • 2016 AUTOVOLT EV & HYBRID AWARDS Our annual awards are the best place to find out what’s hot this year from the electrified automotive world. This year has a few changes from last year.
  • FEATURE: SUV Triple Test A plug-in hybrid triple treat. We pit the Volvo XC90 T8 against the BMW X5 xDrive40e and Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid. Find out which one comes out on top in our plugged-in SUV test.
  • FEATURE: Morgan EV3 A closer look at Morgan’s electric three-wheeler by Lem Bingley with some exclusive new information.
  • LONG TERM: Nissan Leaf 30kWh We’ve been living with a Leaf, find out how we’re getting on with this latest update.
  • TECHNOLOGY: Formula E Battery A brief interview with Paul McNamara, Technical Director at Williams Advanced Engineering, about the Formula E battery, its past, present and future.
  • BUYING GUIDE: Mitsubishi i-MiEV Our buying guide on the small EV that doesn’t cost the earth and provides a great introduction to electric motoring.
I've just had a read through the issue.

Really good content. I had fun guessing the winner of the awards, some were expected, others not so.

I enjoy Roberts column, and I agree with his thoughts on local micro grids.

In the rear view, Lucy raised some great points about cameras, just don't forget manufactures want them to reduce drag on the vehicle and hence emissions , or improved range!
Thanks Ryan, always a pleasure to have your feedback and am glad you enjoyed the articles. Next issue will have even more content!
(23-08-2016, 10:35 PM)jonmusk Wrote: Thanks Ryan, always a pleasure to have your feedback and am glad you enjoyed the articles. Next issue will have even more content!

Don't use it all up in one Mag.

P.s. its a Zoe rear light

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