At least 50per cent of Aston Martin car sales should be electric by 2030, says CEO

At least 50per cent of Aston Martin car sales should be electric by 2030, says CEO

19/10/2021 7:11:00 PM

At least 50per cent of Aston Martin car sales should be electric by 2030, says CEO

LONDON : At least 50per cent of British luxury carmaker Aston Martin's sales should be electric models by 2030, the company's top executive said on Tuesday. 'I would say a minimum of 50per cent of our sales will be electric, possibly more,' Aston Martin Chief Executive Tobias Moers said during the Reuters

LONDON : At least 50per cent of British luxury carmaker Aston Martin's sales should be electric models by 2030, the company's top executive said on Tuesday."I would say a minimum of 50per cent of our sales will be electric, possibly more," Aston Martin Chief Executive Tobias Moers said during the Reuters Events Automotive Summit.

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