Honda wants to completely change car sales to EVs by 2040
To support political action, its purpose is change Its global sales of electric vehicles (EVs) and fuel tankers (FCVs) by 2040. The company expects EVs and FCVs to acquire 40% of the major car sales in the major markets by 2030 and 80% by 2035.
Honda will need to build more EVs and FCVs to achieve these goals, and that’s when e: Construction begins. It is the new EV platform that Honda is leading. The company plans to release the first EVs built on e: Construction at the end of this decade. He will appear in North America before reaching other locations.
In the meantime, Honda will use it . Companies are two SUVs with Ultium batteries, Acura and a Honda-branded car. The goal is to bring cars to the North American market by 2024.
Honda also wants to have zero road deaths affecting its cars and motorcycles by 2050. As such, the automaker wants to expand all of its ADAS (advanced driver support system) models to all major market-leading brands by 2030. prepared from Honda Not See. It uses the knowledge learned in practice part 3 self-driving promoting ADAS skills.
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