Luxury electric powered passenger vehicles are nothing new. Electric taxi cabs first rolled onto the streets of London in 1897. On today’s London streets you will start to see the emergence of modern luxury hybrid and electric vehicles (EV) such as the Mercedes EQV and hybrid S-Class and Range Rover. With the electric Rolls-Royce in development the super-luxury sector will soon be catered for. Discover the future of electric chauffeur-driven travel.Read More about The drive to electric chauffeur cars
The term “eco-friendly” would probably not be the first word that comes into your head when you think of Rolls-Royce. Rolls-Royce may indeed make the world’s finest cars, but manufacturers like Toyota and Lexus could argue that their hybrid vehicles are the greenest.
Yet in an interesting video interview with Ian Robertson, Chairman and CEO of Rolls-Royce Motors Ltd. Lou Ann Hammond on CarList.com, an expert in alternative energy technologies, probes Mr Robertson for some details of Rolls-Royce’s environmental commitment.Read More about The Eco-friendly Rolls-Royce
Enterprising skylarks have found an ingenious means of keeping their nest out of harms way – by nesting on the green roof of the Rolls-Royce factory. The 60 million pound Rolls-Royce building features the largest green roof in Europe. One that nesting skylarks have taken full advantage of, and one that keeps them out of reach of many of their natural mammal predators.