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Breakthrough: The airbag

How two British dentists dreamt up this life-saving innovation more than a century ago. David Twohig tells the tale of the airbag

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From the Library – Suburban safari

Off-road sports cars are a contradiction in terms, right? Not so fast, says resident engineer David Twohig. He’s yearning for one in particular

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The law is an ass. Sometimes…

Why are cars getting bigger and heavier? Because in part, as David Twohig somewhat staggeringly reveals, EU law actually encourages it

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The joy of carbs

Every good petrolhead should celebrate the magic of carburettors. Here, David Twohig discusses his favourite carbs over the years

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Almost Great: Nissan Primera 2.0e GT

From nowhere came a Japanese saloon to rival the best Europe could muster. David Twohig recalls a car whose only sin was to be better by far than it looked

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‘Our’ Cars: Renault ZOE

What’s it like to own a car you engineered? David Twohig has never done it before, but now a little Renault ZOE is his, and at last in more ways than one

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Artificial Intelligence, your car, and you – Part two

AI’s impact on cars will be evolutionary, apart from in one key area. David Twohig examines the application in which it really may revolutionise the way we drive

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Artificial Intelligence, your car, and you – Part one

AI is going to revolutionise car design, right? Wrong, at least for now. David Twohig explores the reality gap between what AI can do in theory, and what’s deliverable in practice

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