The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2011, a part of popular FoS-TECH display, shows off some of the latest concept cars and green car technology in the automobile industry. As an appointment, the Goodwood Festival of Speed with “Racing Revolutions: Quantum Leaps That Shaped Motorsport” theme is currently being held from 30 June to 3 July, 2011 in London. The largest garden motoring party in the world gathers various cars from classic cars, cars from World of Rallying and Formula One and hill-climb competition. The highlight of this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed are all kinds of concept cars which are both of green technologies and have yet to be seen in Britain.
The sporty compact car is powered by Renault's latest diesel technology
Peugeot's EX1 is made by Peugeot and has two engines. It provides 250 kW (340 hp) and 480 Nm of torque
Citroën's Hypnos features the most distinctive rainbow interior in the largest FoS-TECH dome
Volvo C30 DRIVe Electric
The Volvo C30 is electric concept car which can reach 60mph in less than 11sec
Lotus Evora 414E Hybrid
First debut at the 2010 Geneva motor show, the 414E Hybrid has two electric motors and 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine
Delta Motorsport E4 Coupé
The E4 Coupé is designed and manufactured in Britain which is able to speed up from 0 to 60mph in 6.5sec
Toyota Auris Hybrid
In the FoS-TECH domes has also the Toyota Auris Hybrid which offers an inside look of petrol/electric drivetrain
Gordon Murray T.25
The T.25 and T.27 – two Gordon Murray's intriguing city-car prototypes – are long-waited car for urban transport crisis
The electric IBe, which is built by Set, is powered with control box of Spanish car-maker, battery pack and electric motor.
The 102EX is a luxurious car from Rolls-Royce which takes 20 hours to charge