Eco-cars on the start point at Shell Eco-marathon Asia

There are roughly 1 billion passenger vehicles on the world’s roads today. By 2040, the IEA expects this number to reach around 2 billion. And consumers increasingly rely on transport to deliver the products they need for their lives. On its busiest day in 2015, the world’s largest package delivery company delivered 36 million packages. That’s more than twice the number the company delivered just 10 years earlier.

By all parts of society coming together and with the right platforms to test ideas; born out of curiosity, collaboration and creativity, there are opportunities for everyone to go further with less emissions.

From improving existing fuels and vehicles for cars, airplanes and ships; to improving roads and highways; embracing the development of digital technology, and looking at how people might want to travel around the world, and in their home towns, in the future. Featuring Shell Eco-marathon, a unique global competition for future scientists and engineers to design, build and test ultra-efficient cars, this zone is a hub of excitement and activity to witness transport now, and the possibilities for transitioning to the future.

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