This article isn’t about the type of car we should buy according to our financial situation or that best suits our needs as individual or as a family,
whereas, the following article aims to analyse the element that always has been and still represent, in most societies, the core of the general mobility model, which, from many decades now, heavily shapes our entire lives and environment, especially within the urban area.
Technology is offering several types of innovative automobiles, which bet on the ecological factor (electric cars), and on safety (driver assisted or driverless cars), presenting them as “resolvent models” in the field of sustainability.
Although, is it reasonable to consider the electric engine totally clean and perfectly integrated into the perspective of a liveable city? Is it sufficient to provide the car with some kind of braking device or with autonomous driving itself, to allocate the automobile as a “smart and safe vehicle”?