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Future Cars on Parade

At the Future Car Challenge rally this weekend in the UK, over 60 low-emissions vehicles competed in a journey from Brighton to London. Only, the winners weren’t the cars that got there first–but rather, the cars that spent the least energy doing so. The event was sponsored by the Royal Automobile Club (RAC), which is something like the British equivalent of AAA. Here, a slideshow of some of the most eye-catching entrants.

At the Future Car Challenge rally this weekend in the UK, over 60 low-emissions vehicles competed in a journey from Brighton to London. Only, the winners weren’t the cars that got there first–but rather, the cars that spent the least energy doing so. The event was sponsored by the Royal Automobile Club (RAC), which is something like the British equivalent of AAA. Here, a slideshow of some of the most eye-catching entrants.

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David Zax is a contributing writer for Fast Company. His writing has appeared in many publications, including Smithsonian, Slate, Wired, and The Wall Street Journal

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