How are people making the most of their journeys to and from work? What are the lingering barriers to widespread electric vehicle adoption? Why is interest in train travel surging? And how can different modes of transport be used to reflect one’s identity?
Moving out of the passenger seat and firmly into the driver’s seat, a growing proportion of high-net-worth women are becoming car enthusiasts. As their clientele evolves – and so do their needs and expectations – how are luxury car brands trying to appeal to these high-earning individuals?
Extra space, peace and quiet, more privacy, and better food – the perks of travelling first-class are all too tempting until you consider the cost. Seatfrog is an app that gives its users exclusive access to available seats in premium carriages. But why are people bidding for last-minute legroom?
The pickup truck is a classic symbol of Americana and despite increasing interest in eco-friendly vehicles, it is still king of the road in the US. With the 2020 Gladiator, based on its iconic Wrangler model, Jeep is hoping to appeal to adventurous drivers for whom a regular car just won’t do.
The worldwide electric vehicle industry has turned a corner – the number of global plug-in vehicle deliveries is growing higher each year. With people increasingly environmentally conscious, opting for an EV is eco-keen choice. So, what’s driven this change in fortunes and is it sustainable?
In a few years, sleeper trains have gone from empty carriages to eco-luxury. Connecting Central Europe both day and night, Austria’s Federal Railway (ÖBB) is transforming the train travel experience. Will the next decade provide a Europe-wide renaissance of the romance of rail?
Ride-sharing schemes might be on the rise, but ownership still trumps usership, with the majority of Britons wanting exclusive access to their own car. But what actually makes people buy a car? Canvas8 sat down with 13 men and women to find out the reasons behind their latest car purchase.
Whether by train, bus, or car, we all have to get to work somehow. But how do people feel about the daily commute, and how do they keep busy while getting from A to B? We polled 2,904 Americans and spoke to eight people about the problems they face on their commute and how they cope.
How might public transport networks work alongside mobility apps? Will ‘slow travel’ reach the mainstream? And what would make transit systems more female-friendly? In this part of the 2020 Expert Outlook, we speak to three experts about the various factors impacting the ways we get around.