Car manufacturers are a long way from forgetting how to build cars that enthral us, from the second you first see their form to the moment you walk away from them with the smell of warm tyres and the ticking of cooling components in the air. But combustion engines, which have powered our cars for over a century now, are living on borrowed time, with taxes, legislation and customer preference all likely to affect their trajectory over the coming years. Here’s how and why that may happen.

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What Does The Future Look Like For The Internal Combustion Engine?

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