Small, Smart, Green: A Slow Driving Machine

Tourists in southern Spain can rent electric cars with an on-board computer that pulls up relevant information about tourist landmarks.

"The narrow, cobbled streets of Cordoba in southern Spain are no place for a car, but a Spanish entrepreneur wants to change that...The company rents the electric cars to tourists in Cordoba, as a safe, convenient, and environmentally friendly way to see the town...When you pass a certain landmark, the computer then knows to display the appropriate text, audio and video information about that landmark on the screen."

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