Lunaz — The Company Turning Classic Cars Into Eco‑machines – The Times

We all know how our cars will be powered in the future. Technology, environmental pressure, legislation and the fact that every mainstream manufacturer is now in on the act have put us on a one-way course that will consign the internal combustion engine to the history books in favour of clean electric power.

There has been much wailing and gnashing of teeth from the motoring purists who are mourning the death of the internal combustion engine, feeling it will surely be the end of any pleasure behind the wheel and car culture will die, making buying one about as interesting as picking a new refrigerator. Others, though, have embraced the new technology, and are using innovative ways to breathe life into some of our automotive

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