Sustainable mobility is a transport model that minimises environmental impact whilst maximising efficiency, smartness, and the velocity of movement and interactions between users. The World Business Council for Sustainable Development defines it as follows: “mobility that meets the needs of society to move freely, gain access, communicate, trade and establish relationships without sacrificing other essential human or ecological requirements today or in the future”. The transportation sector consumes one fifth of the primary energy produced in the world. 40% of this energy is used by cars. Halving fuel consumption of new vehicles within 20 years is possible. Governments need to invest in technologies that are already available, including hybrid and electric engines. Consuming less petroleum means living in a safer world, boosting the economy, tackling climate change and reducing Pm10 emitted by vehicles, which is linked to serious health problems according to many scientific studies. To meet the standards of sustainable mobility, more technology, connectivity, intermodality, design, smart cities, modern infrastructure and electric cars are needed and people should be willing to change their habits and stay up-to-date on the progress achieved in the automotive field.