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Honda aiming for 100% electric vehicles by 2040

Honda aiming for 100% electric vehicles by 2040

23/4/2021 1:31:00 PM

Honda aiming for 100% electric vehicles by 2040

Japanese car giant Honda said on Friday (Apr 23) that it would aim to have electric and fuel cell vehicles account for 100 per cent of all sales ...

BusinessHonda has unveiled 5 trillion yen (US$46 billion) in investments in its research and development in a bid to shift its manufacturing to electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles. (File photo: AFP/Philip Fong)23 Apr 2021 06:11PMShare this content

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BookmarkTOKYO: Japanese car giant Honda said on Friday (Apr 23) that it would aim to have electric and fuel cell vehicles account for 100 per cent of all sales by 2040 to promote climate goals.The automaker's newly appointed CEO Toshihiro Mibe described the target as"challenging" but said the firm wanted to"set high goals".

AdvertisementAdvertisementHonda has said it wants the ratio of electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles sold in major markets to hit 40 per cent by 2030 and 80 per cent by 2035, before hitting 100 per cent globally by 2040. Read more: CNA »

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