Agence France-PresseJune 25, 2021 15:30:13 IST
In recent months, some automakers have promised to stop or significantly reduce the production of vehicles with internal combustion engines between 2030 and 2035. The latest was Audi, a subsidiary of Volkswagen in Germany. Promised to launch only fully electric vehicles on Tuesday From 2026 to 2033, we will stop manufacturing cars with internal combustion engines. Let’s take a look at other major automakers that have already set a deadline for their model lineup to be fully electrified.
German automakers have raised their sales targets for electric vehicles as EU emission restrictions have tightened and all manufacturers are pushing for a shift.
BMW wants to sell 10 million fully electric vehicles from its previous goal of 4 million over the next decade.
Luxury car makers were an early move towards electric cars with the i3, but have since been overtaken, especially by Tesla.
In addition to proposing a fully electric version of each model, BMW announced in March that its branded Mini would move to a fully electric vehicle within 10 years.
BMW plans to invest € 400 million ($ 475 million) in an electric vehicle production line to replace traditional engine-powered electric vehicles at its historic Munich plant.
The German Automobile Group plans to have electric vehicles account for 60% of Europe’s sales and 50% of the world’s total sales by 2030.
The date of discontinuation of the internal combustion engine has not yet been announced.
It aims to sell 1 million electric vehicles in 2021 and will invest € 46 billion in conversion efforts over a five-year period.
Volkswagen’s luxury car maker Porsche has not announced end dates for gasoline and diesel engines, but is aiming for carbon neutrality by 2030.
We are investing 100 million euros to establish a joint venture with German Customcells to manufacture batteries.
Lamborghini, also a member of the Volkswagen Group, announced a roadmap for switching luxury sports cars to electric vehicles last month.
We hope to have all models equipped with electrical options by the end of 2024.
A subsidiary of the Chinese group Geely plans to discontinue its lineup of internal combustion engines and hybrid vehicles by 2030.
We aim to turn half of our cars into electric cars by 2025.
US automakers say they plan to stop producing contaminated vehicles by 2035, even if they haven’t explicitly stated that they will only offer electric vehicles.
The group, which includes the Jeep, Chrysler, Fiat, Peugeot, Citroen and Opel brands, said it would not invest in the development of new internal combustion engines.
We aim to hybridize 70% of our sales with electricity by 2030, up from 14% this year.
Hybrid pioneers aim to account for 70% of sales in 2025, while traditional internal combustion engines aim to account for only 10%.
Another 10% are plug-in hybrids and the remaining 10% are entirely electrically or hydrogen driven.
Mercedes-Benz makers said in April that they plan to accelerate the shift to electric vehicles and double sales of fully electric and hybrid vehicles this year.
We aim to increase 25% of sales to electricity by 2025 and 50% by 2030.
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