Four Years Later, Stellantis Cars Will No Longer Drink Gasoline

Four Years Later, Stellantis Cars Will No Longer Drink Gasoline – As the holding of some of the world’s leading automotive brands, Stellantis has set a target that by 2026 all cars produced will be based on electric motors and do not use conventional engines.


This is based on their desire to contribute positive viruses in reducing the level of emissions produced from vehicles. At least, until 2030, Stellantis will cut by 50 percent from this year.


Reported by Autocar, Stellantis CEO, Carlos Tavares said as many as 14 brands under his auspices will issue a new platform that will later build electric cars as a sure step they are limited to environmental concerns.


“Dare Forward 2030 inspired us to be even bigger before. We are expanding our vision, breaking boundaries, and embracing a new mindset, which seeks to transform all aspects of mobility for the betterment of the families, communities, and communities in which we operate.”


With the announcement of the move to welcome electrification, he is also optimistic that Stellantis will be able to reduce air pollution through vehicle exhaust gases that are getting worse.


“Stellantis will be an industry champion in climate change mitigation, becoming a net-zero carbon by 2038, with a 50 percent reduction by 2030. Taking a leadership role in decarbonization, as well as a decisive step forward in the circular economy, we must contribute to a sustainable future.”


As their target to present a new electric car, Stellantis will also characterize many brands, such as Alfa Romeo, DS, Lancia, and Maserati.


In all Stellantis will launch as many as 75 new models of electric cars by 2030 and aims to sell as many as five million units per year.


For starters to follow the trend of electrification, they will present an electric off-road car made by Jeep which will be launched in the first half of 2023.


Jeep Awarded as The Best Car of Choice for Women


The presence of Jeep as a legendary SUV not only captivated the men. However, recently this latest generation Jeep received an award from the Women’s World Car of The Year (WWCOTY) 2022.


The award was based on an election of 56 automotive journalists from 40 different countries on five continents. The assessment criteria are based on several aspects.


Over the past 12 years, the panel has based its vote selection on points such as car safety features, driving characteristics, comfort level, technological innovation, design, fuel efficiency, as well as the impact on the environment.

One of the points that gave victory to the Jeep 4xe model was how the hybrid system can increase the appeal of the general consumer.

In her official statement, Marta Garcia, President Executive of WWCOTY, said Jeep’s focus on still presenting environmentally-friendly vehicles became one of the biggest points that attracted the attention of panelists in judging. The Era of Electric Vehicles That Changed Everything

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