Fiat is yet another automaker that is setting a deadline for the production of cars that run on fossil fuels. Between 2025 and 2030, the entire Italian fleet will “gradually become electric only,” the company confirms.
“It is our duty to bring electric cars that cost no more than combustion engine cars to the market as quickly as possible and in parallel with the falling costs of batteries. We are exploring the field of sustainable mobility for everyone,” he says. Fiat CEO Olivier Francois.
One of the most recent efforts in this direction is the arrival of the New 500, an electric-only model that has been in the planning for years, all with sustainable thoughts. According to the automaker, it also wants to participate in improvements and greater popularization not only in cars, but also in charging infrastructure.
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Fiats The action follows similar announcements from other companies in the auto sector, which are gradually setting goals to launch electric-only models. Volvo stopped selling combustion engine cars in Brazil, while Honda and Volkswagen defined the validity of models or engines. Jeep and Peugeot also have similar plans.