Thursday, August 22, 2013

Tangos on cover of publication distributed to European Government decision makers

Two Tangos sharing a lane at 65 mph is the cover art for the Government publication going out to over 200,000 decision makers all over Europe. Please see linked 4-page article:
This article demonstrates how for less than 1/10th the cost and 1/10th the time, transportation infrastructure problems similar to the Boston Big Dig could be solved by simply giving away commuter cars like the Tango. Furthermore, as Auckland, NZ city council member Toa Greening points out, it could be done at no long-term cost at all, but would rather be an investment that is paid back by renting these cars to commuters who would benefit by getting to work many times faster, safer, more conveniently (considering parking) and having more fun doing it.



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Rasel Ahmed said...

Simply want to say your article is as astonishing.I found this exercise highly interesting. your models and electric vehicles are amousing.