New job: fast car!
Richard Booty, from Visualfiles, insists that when it comes to technology, there are really only two things you can do with it - use it to cut operating costs or use it to win more business and retain clients
“All cars will look the same one day because there is only one slipperiest shape”. That is what a car enthusiast said to me in the 1980s when the Ford Sierra was new in the market (admit it – the car was upsetting, but you had a strange urge to own one). And for a while at least, it seemed that all the manufacturers were producing similar-looking models suggesting that technology, aerodynamics and speed were all the consumer could think of.
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