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Future of Transport

Sep, 2018

By 2050 four out of five cars will be battery-electric vehicles, according to forecasters who say the way we travel is getting much smarter. From cars that alert manufacturers of problems even before they happen, to autonomous taxis which self-drive and arrive on demand, the Future of Transport report, published in The Times, covers exciting innovations transforming the sector. Also featured are moves towards low-carbon logistics, calls for a proactive approach to the UK’s rail network and an article on how data is driving smart city transport systems


Four of every five cars sold worldwide will be battery-electric vehicles by 2050, according to analysts Morgan Stanley, with the production of traditional combustion engines soon set to peak. So how is the industry changing and what are governments and carmakers doing to prepare? This infographic explores eight key ways the auto manufacturing industry is being transformed by electric vehicles