Honda has announced a resolute claim during its recent CEO Press Conference to eliminate all forms of internal combustion engines across its product range by 2040, in an effort to achieve carbon neutrality for all products and corporate activities Honda is involved in by 2050. This would mean not only its petrol and diesel-powered cars – but include its motorcycle, and power products as well.
This new company directive supersedes another shorter-term announcement made in 2017, which aimed to offer electrified powertrains in two-thirds of European cars sold by 2025.
The company’s claim is not without a daring plan – as they hope to shift from traditional fossil fuels to electricity and hydrogen fuel cell technology to power the company’s many products and applications. Another major emphasis of the directive is to achieve zero…
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