December 3, 2021
Tokyo (Reuters) – Toyota Motor said that all new car sales in Western Europe will be a zero-emission model by 2035, as the world’s largest automaker complies with strict emission regulations in the region.
Toyota said in a press release Thursday that by 2030, at least half of Toyota’s model mix, including electric vehicles (EVs) and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, will have zero emissions.
Toyota, like other automakers, has released a number of electric vehicles to meet stringent emission regulations in key markets such as Western Europe.
However, unlike some car companies, some regions have promised to abandon petrol cars altogether, claiming they are not yet ready to switch to EVs and other alternative propulsion technologies. not.
Toyota said sales of electric vehicles such as EVs and hybrids will help increase vehicle sales in the region from 1.07 million units this year to about 1.3 million units in 2022.
(Report by Tim Kelly, edited by Muralikumar Anantharaman)
Toyota says all European sales will be zero-emission vehicles by 2035
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