There is no denying that the automobile is an impressive machine that has never ceased to evolve and reinvent itself from its origin. In many cases, its evolution is motivated by the increasing need to improve occupant safety or comfort on board.
1990s greatest hits: powerful Japanese sports cars, F1-derived technology, and a wonderful melange of naturally aspirated and turbocharged engines.
Although the 1990s did not leave us with as many iconic cars as the 80s did, it was still a great decade engine-wise. During this interval, a variety of engines offered something for everyone and despite taking different approaches when it came down to the internals, these engines had something in common by offering brilliant performance.
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Yes, modern cars are safer, but not in every way.
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There are many variables involved in crashes, every situation is different, and the number of electric versus gas car crashes – for the purposes of investigation and research – is minuscule in comparison. Electric cars make up only a tiny portion of vehicles on the road today, and mass-produced EVs are just beginning to come into play. It may be years before there’s enough hard data to make valid comparisons yet. However, current data already points to EVs being safer.
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