Ever wondered how regenerative braking in hybrid and electric cars is calibrated by engineers? Or how the changeover from machine to human driver will be formulated in the future? These and many other vehicle development conundrums are being solved by technology developed by a company based in Hethel, Norfolk, UK - that's not Lotus. Ansible Motion, formed in 2009 by Kia Cammaerts, already counts major North American and Japanese OEMs among a client base that also includes the added glamour of a raft of Formula 1 teams.