Does it sound extreme or extreme to you that all – or almost all – car manufacturers will produce only electric cars? And yet this will happen. And it will be the last after 2035 if the “loophole” of synthetic oil did not enter, which actually does not apply to many drivers/buyers and companies -basically a measure for traditional car fans who are financially sound and want to take their (expensive) gas-guzzling car on the road (on the track) once a week.
Some companies will be electrocuted quickly
Several companies had and have plans to switch to electric car production only before 2035. -if we are talking about the European Union. The main reason is also the new Euro7 pollution standards, which requires a lot of money for the development of new technologies and companies. Something they are not ready to do, since they have already invested in electricity and they have no reason to pour money into R&D for technologies that will last less than ten years.
Let’s see when almost all automakers switch to electric-only production.
Audi e-tron GT
All new Audi models released from 2026 will be electric by the manufacturer will produce only electric models from 2030.
The BMW Group plans electric vehicles (EVs and PHEVs) to account for 30% of its sales in 2025 and fully electric vehicles to account for 50% of sales from 2030.
Ferrari Purosangue – has nothing to do with electricity
Everyone now knows that he is preparing electric models and logically in 2025 we will see the first electric Ferrari, which will certainly not be autonomous but it will make a sound when you step on the gas. However, this is one of the companies that pushed the “gap” of synthetic oil. It makes sense, who doesn’t want to hear the roar of a V12?
The new all-electric Ford Explorer
Ford passenger cars will be 100% electric by 2030 and expects 2/3 of commercial vehicle sales to be electric or plug-in hybrid by 2030.
KIA EV6 GT
Kia and Hyundai aim to be 100% electric companies in Europe by 2035.
Jaguar Land Rover
The all-electric Jaguar I-Pace
Club Jaguar Land Rover It will create new types of electricity from 2025. For this purpose they are developing a new platform that will be used for these vehicles.
Renault 5 electric model
Groupe Renault aims to have a greener mix of new cars on the European market by 2025, with more than 65% of sales linked to 100% fully electric by 2030.
Citroen E-C4 X
Peugeot, Fiat, Citroen, Opel, DS, Lancia and Alfa Romeo have set sales targets. by 2030 for 100% in Europe to include electric models.
Japan’s Mazda has announced its mid-term and long-term strategy in the field of electric vehicles with a time horizon of 2030.
Mercedes-Benz EQS electric flagship
The production of new Mercedes-Benz cars with an internal combustion engine is possible will occur between 2031 and 2034.
The new all-electric Mini is almost ready for production
The last new Mini model that will also be available with a hot engine will be presented in 2025. The commercial goal that has been set is that in 2027, half of its annual sales will be electric vehicles.
Honda HR-V e:HEV Hybrid
Honda has announced that from in 2040 it will stop putting new cars with a hot engine on the marketincluding hybrids
Toyota and Lexus
Toyota bZ4X electric
There is a commitment from Toyota to reduce 100% carbon emissions of all new cars in Europe, leaving the door open to all electric and hydrogen cells.
Volkswagen ID. Buzz
Volkswagen aims 70% of its sales in Europe will be electric by 2030.
The electric Volvo EX90 is also known as the “computer car”
Half of Volvo’s sales volume will be electric by 2025 and 100% by 2030.