0: Introduction: Why the Car Matters 1: Connected and Autonomous: the Rise of the Robot Cars 2: Sparking Innovation: Alternative Power and the Future of the Internal Combustion Engine 3: Designing the Future: How the Shape of Cars will Change 4: Speeding Ahead: the Future of Performance Cars and Motorsport 5: Hackers and Crash-Test Dummies: Safety and the Age of Automation 6: The Future of the Past: Classic Cars and Enthusiast Drivers 7: Conclusion: Is the Car Dead?
Jon Bentley is a presenter on The Gadget Show on Channel 5. He was formerly producer and executive producer of Top Gear for twelve years, helping to launch the TV career of Jeremy Clarkson. He is a car enthusiast and writes regular columns for Classic Car Weekly.
An interesting read... thorough enough to delight even those who
consider themselves to be on the ball with industry developments. *
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Jon is a passionate, articulate and characteristic car man who has a canny knack of capturing the very essence of the sector I love so much! Exactly what he has done with Autopia. Brilliant. * Ant Anstead, presenter of Channel 4's For the Love of Cars *
Jon Bentley is a true petrolhead. In Autopia, Jon makes even complex automotive innovations easy to understand. I couldn't put it down. * Mike Brewer, presenter of Wheeler Dealers *
An enjoyable, fact-filled conversation with uncle Jon, taking us on a road trip through the speed bumps and detours on our journey towards an Autopian future. * Edd China, TV presenter and author of Grease Junkie *
Intelligent, honest, and extremely interesting. Just like Jon. * Richard Porter, founder of Sniff Petrol, and script editor of The Grand Tour *
Fascinating and entertaining. No one is better placed than Jon Bentley to open up the past, present and future of the motor car. * Tiff Needell, former presenter of Top Gear and Fifth Gear *