Not the automaker pushing for electric vehicles, says Stelantis CEO

I think electric cars are inevitable. All carmakers are investing in this technology with a bold promise to convert the entire range to electric vehicles. Some have announced a deadline for the transition. But according to Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stelantis, the race for electrification does not come from car manufacturers, but from politicians who are potentially at risk.  Automotive News Tavares told the European media scandal that the "brutality" of a 2035 ban on internal combustion engines in Europe could pose a "social risk". The deadline forces automakers to quickly remodel their factories and supply chains to meet new government regulations. He had previously promised not to close his European factory, but Stelantis also said in a recent interview that "they must remain competitive".  Tavares also said there are better ways to cut carbon emissions cheaper and faster than switching to electric vehicles. Tavares said electric vehicles would have to travel 43,000 miles (70,000 km) to start offsetting carbon dioxide emissions. Light hybrid vehicles are cheap for customers to buy and are designed and manufactured by car manufacturers while significantly reducing carbon footprint.  Last year, Stelantis announced it would invest over $ 30 billion in electric vehicles by 2025, with all 14 brands in the Stelantis portfolio planning to offer fully electric vehicles. The company's electrification plan foresaw the introduction of 20 electrified license plates by the end of 2023. Alfa Romeo When Lancia in 2027, it will soon have an electrified lineup.  On March 1, when Stelantis announced its new long-term strategic plan, we will take a closer look at its electrification plans and initiatives. Stelantis may have a bold promise like any other automaker, but it's not as easy to spot as it meets government regulations and develops new propulsion technologies.

 I think electric cars are inevitable. All carmakers are investing in this technology with a bold promise to convert the entire range to electric vehicles. Some have announced a deadline for the transition. But according to Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stelantis, the race for electrification does not come from car manufacturers, but from politicians who are potentially at risk.

Automotive News Tavares told the European media scandal that the "brutality" of a 2035 ban on internal combustion engines in Europe could pose a "social risk". The deadline forces automakers to quickly remodel their factories and supply chains to meet new government regulations. He had previously promised not to close his European factory, but Stelantis also said in a recent interview that "they must remain competitive".

Tavares also said there are better ways to cut carbon emissions cheaper and faster than switching to electric vehicles. Tavares said electric vehicles would have to travel 43,000 miles (70,000 km) to start offsetting carbon dioxide emissions. Light hybrid vehicles are cheap for customers to buy and are designed and manufactured by car manufacturers while significantly reducing carbon footprint.

Last year, Stelantis announced it would invest over $ 30 billion in electric vehicles by 2025, with all 14 brands in the Stelantis portfolio planning to offer fully electric vehicles. The company's electrification plan foresaw the introduction of 20 electrified license plates by the end of 2023. Alfa Romeo When Lancia in 2027, it will soon have an electrified lineup.

On March 1, when Stelantis announced its new long-term strategic plan, we will take a closer look at its electrification plans and initiatives. Stelantis may have a bold promise like any other automaker, but it's not as easy to spot as it meets government regulations and develops new propulsion technologies.

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