Launched at the buzzing 2013 Johannesburg International Motor Show (JIMS) in October, the all-electric, best-selling Nissan LEAF electric vehicle (EV) is already making in-roads in the South African motor industry.
Ford Ecosport: Eco = economical vehicle Sport = design / lifestyle. Ford South Africa has recently launched it’s new compact urban SUV, the EcoSport, and Live Eco got to put it’s green credentials to the test a couple of weeks ago in Durban.
The new Ford Kuga, longer, lower and narrower is one of the smartest SUV’s currently on the market. From safety to technology the new Ford Kuga is where it’s at!
A personal computer made out of wood has been designed by German scientists. The computer that looks like a screen placed on a chopping board is said to be one of the most environmentally friendly computers on earth because every part of it can be recycled.
Searching for the perfect gift for the man in your life? Consider something that is the perfect combination of technologically advanced and environmentally friendly with these new gadgets.
Currently cars are a big contributor to pollution and the situation doesn’t seem to be getting any better. One of the solutions, the electric car, recently took a lot of heat when Optimal Energy – manufacturer of the first South African electric car, the Joule – had to close down due to lack of funds.
The New Ford Ranger the new look of tough. Safety, durability, off-road capability and fun to drive. Live Eco puts the all new Ford Ranger to the test.
Range Rover has launched a new, greener model. The new ‘slimline’ Range Rover promises to be as sturdy a 4×4 workhorse in the countryside as earlier models whose fans include the Queen and David and Victoria Beckham.
The new Mazda CX-5 is inviting to drive, fun to drive and makes you want to drive it again. The first production model to feature Mazda’s new design theme , “KODO – Soul of Motion’, the CX-5 is changing the world of SUV’s.
At the end of June I was lucky enough to attend the annual Go Further Trend Conference at Ford North America’s Head Office in Dearborn, Michigan. It was a two-day conference that covered various topics from Design to Eco-Psychology and Urbanization.