Great announcement from car manufacturer
TOKYO: Japanese carmaker Honda has made a big announcement on the production of its vehicles.
According to international media reports, Japanese carmaker Honda on Friday announced that all its vehicles will be 100% electrical system in the next 19 years.
The company said in a statement that “by 2040, all vehicles will be powered by hydrogen instead of fuel.”
“The target for electric and fuel cell vehicles is certainly difficult, but the company is committed to making the impossible possible, according to the target set for the next 19 years, by 2030,” said Toshiro Maib, the company’s new chief. 40% while by 2035 80% of new vehicles will be manufactured and sold.
“By 2040, only electric and fuel cell vehicles will be sold in the global market, for which an investment of 46 46 billion is planned,” he said.
According to the report, the statement of the head of the company came after the announcement of the Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, which he made at the conference on environmental protection.
A day earlier, the Japanese prime minister had announced at a world conference that “Japan will reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 46% by 2030.”