Sep 11, 2017
Volkswagen plans all-electric vehicle range by 2030
Volkswagen, the world's biggest carmaker, has become the latest to move away from petrol and diesel, saying it will offer an electric version of all its 300 models by 2030. VW will double investment in zero-emission vehicles to 20bn euros to upgrade factories and develop technology to build the cars. The German firm plans to offer 80 new electric cars across the group by 2025. VW's move comes as a growing number of countries are announcing plans to ban new diesel and petrol cars. China, the world's biggest car market, became the latest to signal such a move over the weekend, although it did not set a date.
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