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5 of 2014′s most innovative cars

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5 of 2014′s most innovative cars
By Ryan Bubear on 30 December, 2014
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Cars haven’t changed much over the past century or so, have they? Most still run on four wheels, burn some sort of fossil fuel and have a penchant for transforming otherwise peaceful individuals in raving mad road-ragers.

But each and every year, automakers come up with new and exciting vehicles that not only move the industry forward, but also serve up some sort of newfound delight for us, the car-loving consumers.

And it’s these innovative automobiles to which we doff our grease-tarnished hats today. Yes, the following cars that debuted in 2014 have broken new automotive ground in some or other way, and that makes them particularly interesting – and somewhat special – to us here at Motorburn.

If you’ve already scanned the list below, you may now find yourself scowling at the screen, inquiring in a suitably threatening tone why we chose to omit the likes of the BMW i8, Porsche 918 Spyder and Mercedes-Benz S-Class. Are we of unsound automotive mind or just plain simple?

Well, neither. We have a distinct reason: these automotive marvels were, in fact, included in a similar feature we penned back in 2013. So there.

Right, let’s take a look at the most innovative new cars of 2014 – a little surprisingly, none of them are supercars or hypercars…

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List in summary :
  • Toyota Mirai
  • Citroen C4 Cactus
  • Volvo XC90
  • Audi A3 Sportback g-tron
  • Renault Twingo
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I would say the MOST likely to make a change in the auto world is the Toyota Mirai in ether "killing" the notion of Hydrogen is a few years out OR kick starting the hydrogen fuelling infrastructure
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