Electrification of countries and OEMs

e-Mobility is on the verge of a real breakthrough due to new developments in technology, and incentive policies that many countries are adopting. CICenergiGUNE sorted this out and shows the intention / plans per country and OEM
Currently, more than 20 countries are already planning to prevent the sale of conventional models before 2040.

Due to this progressive scenario, the major manufacturers have gone further in their electric vehicle launch programs, announcing, in almost all cases, ambitious plans for the total electrification of their fleets

Norway set 2024 as the last year in which combustion cars will be sold in its territory

One of the most ambitious groups in this regard is the Stellantis Group, which has already announced its intention to sell only electric vehicles by 2030

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Phase out plans countries and OEMS | CICenergiGUNE
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