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Hydrogen-powered vehicles – the future of mobility?
Hydrogen-powered cars have mostly been on the backburner thus far, but there are many experts who predict that the market will shift towards using hydrogen as a fuel in the coming decades – possibly as soon as 2030.
Wireless charging – how we will power up EVs in the future
The infamous reach anxiety associated with eMobility comes from having to locate power stations and being confined to them for a certain amount of time, even though, unlike petrol stations, the next charging point could be in front of work, at the supermarket or even at your own home – so what can be done for us to feel less tied down by charging?
New mobility: what’s on the menu?
As the number of cars on the street continues to grow, we are seeing a shift in how people think of mobility – namely, the move from ownership to usership – and changing how they get around. We have entered the era of shared mobility in full force and everyone seems to be talking about ridesharing, ridehailing and carsharing!
Connected cars: in-car virtual personal assistants
Voice-enabled virtual personal assistants (VPAs) are in our phones and increasingly in our homes. Disconnecting entirely, even while driving, isn’t an option for some. So, having your hands and eyes occupied makes driving the optimal time to use a VPA. These systems allow you to stay connected and productive, but still safe when on the road.
A driver’s guide to the EU
Summer time is just around the corner and the promise of holidays and adventures is in the air! If you’re planning on travelling across Europe, here are some of the things that you should know about the traffic rules abroad, before hitting the road.
Mobility budget: an alternative to the company car
Every employee is as individual as the next and as such, have their own unique needs, choosing to commute by public transport, driving to work or cycling. Employers who are committed to providing mobility solutions that work for each of their employees, both during the daily commute and on business trips, can benefit from the mobility budget.
Micro-mobility and the last-mile trend
Micro-mobility is a solution to the last-mile problem, which is the space in between the station and work, or the transfer in between buses or any distance that is too close to drive, but too far to walk. These car trips, short public transport stretches and first and last-mile gaps can be replaced with bikes, electric scooters, mopeds and other
Company cars to suit every preference
Choosing a new company car can be overwhelming and take up precious time to research the advantages and drawbacks of different vehicles. Whether you’re looking to branch out from a traditional family station wagon or considering an eco-friendly drive, Alphabet has the right car for every need, budget and style.