Japanese carmaker Honda has brought forward a goal to only sell electric and hybrid cars in Europe by three years to 2022, a leading company executive said on Wednesday.
Last month, Honda said it would phase out all diesel vehicle sales in Europe by 2021 in favour of electrified vehicles.
The carmaker had said in March it intended “to move 100% of its European sales to electrified powertrains by 2025.”
“By 2022 we are confident we can have the full range electrified and actually deliver something quite extraordinary,” Tom Gardner, senior vice president at Honda Motor Europe, said.
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