The next transport revolution

Driverless cars and the hyperloop have dominated headlines, but the next big things could be flying cars and automated subterranean tunnels. Leslie Hook, the FT’s San Francisco correspondent examines the challenges that developers face in bringing their ideas to fruition.


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The great battery race

Lithium is becoming increasingly crucial to battery supply chains in the growing electric vehicle market and battery producers are scrambling to secure access to raw materials. Now the global race is on to supply carmakers with the cheapest and most cost-efficient batteries, explains the FT’s commodities correspondent, Henry Sanderson.

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