What the ‘Neon Green’ Concept Means for the Future of Green Cars

By Steve HensonPublished Nov 07, 2018 09:00:57The term “green” is often used to describe cars that use energy to run and turn.

Some cars do this by using the energy of the sun to generate heat and light.

Others use a battery of electricity to run the vehicle, or an electric motor to spin the wheels.

But there are many cars that run on nothing more than the energy stored in the air surrounding them.

A new generation of green vehicles is taking the idea of using green energy to improve driving performance a step further.

In the past decade, the concept of using clean energy to help make cars safer has been gaining traction, but it is still very new.

The concept is called “neon” green.

This new approach is a combination of new technologies and more traditional approaches to making cars safer.

The technology behind neon green is called photovoltaic cells, which are made of light-absorbing materials and can absorb and convert sunlight.

By combining these elements in a way that can generate more than 10 times the energy efficiency of conventional battery technology, neon green cars are much safer than today’s vehicles.

One of the most promising neon green car projects is called the Green Light Drive, or GLD, by Ford Motor Company and Tesla Motors.

This new vehicle is designed to be environmentally friendly by utilizing solar panels and solar cells in combination with an electric drivetrain that produces enough energy to propel the car at 100 miles per hour.

The new GLD uses photovolaic cells and a high-power battery pack to generate the energy that powers the vehicle.

In this video, a vehicle drives through a neon green street illuminated by LED lights in the background.

This technology could be used in a variety of applications.

For example, the technology could allow cars to be designed with higher energy efficiency and less emissions than today.

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