Autocar has teamed up with motor industry guru Richard Parry-Jones to bring you the definitive guide to the future of the car.
Richard Parry-Jones has been responsible for the engineering of every Ford of Europe product since 1993, including the first Mondeo.
In 2007 Parry-Jones retired from Ford and turned his attention to the role of the car in climate change, a subject on which he currently advises the government.
In this exclusive series we look at the car’s part in climate change, and explore how and why the motor industry will have to reduce radically the CO2 emissions of its products.
So to find out how to cut a car’s emissions to just 40g/km of CO2, why hydrogen technology isn’t the future or how your next Ford Mondeo could be powered by a turbocharged 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine, click on the links below: