Stelantis CEO responds to the electrification mandate and policies

Stelantis CEO Carlos Tavares said Wednesday in a joint interview with various European newspapers that he was dissatisfied with the cascade of electrification and emissions controls. "The clear thing is that electrification is a technology of choice for politicians, not industry," Tavares told European newspapers. Automotive News ..     The statement appears to be losing the weight of the fact that many governments are shunning electric vehicles and batteries as a solution to reducing emissions in the transport sector. Following his statement, he said automakers actually have better ways to reduce emissions than electric cars and batteries. In particular, he pointed to hybrid vehicles and said the benefits could be achieved by reducing emissions compared to electric vehicles.  "Given Europe's current energy mix, electric vehicles have to travel 70,000 kilometers (44,000 miles) to supplement the carbon footprint of battery manufacturing," he said. Indeed, battery manufacturing is a significant source of emissions. Electric vehicles generate no tailpipe emissions, but each electric vehicle has its own carbon dioxide emissions. Car manufacturers clean the supply chain and we buy ingredients in an ethical and responsible way.  Stelantis did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tavares' comment, but it was a game changer for the automakers. The electric vehicle is promoted across all brands under the supervision of Stelantis, including major divisions in North America. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep when RAM We plan to have the first EV in the next few years.

Stelantis CEO Carlos Tavares said Wednesday in a joint interview with various European newspapers that he was dissatisfied with the cascade of electrification and emissions controls. "The clear thing is that electrification is a technology of choice for politicians, not industry," Tavares told European newspapers. Automotive News ..

The statement appears to be losing the weight of the fact that many governments are shunning electric vehicles and batteries as a solution to reducing emissions in the transport sector. Following his statement, he said automakers actually have better ways to reduce emissions than electric cars and batteries. In particular, he pointed to hybrid vehicles and said the benefits could be achieved by reducing emissions compared to electric vehicles.

"Given Europe's current energy mix, electric vehicles have to travel 70,000 kilometers (44,000 miles) to supplement the carbon footprint of battery manufacturing," he said. Indeed, battery manufacturing is a significant source of emissions. 

Electric vehicles generate no tailpipe emissions, but each electric vehicle has its own carbon dioxide emissions. Car manufacturers clean the supply chain and we buy ingredients in an ethical and responsible way.

Stelantis did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tavares' comment, but it was a game changer for the automakers. The electric vehicle is promoted across all brands under the supervision of Stelantis, including major divisions in North America. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep when RAM We plan to have the first EV in the next few years.

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