Toyota? ready to sell only zero-emission cars in Europe by 2035


Toyota & egrave; ready to offer by 2035 , in Western Europe, only new zero-emission vehicles (electric and Fuel Cell). To achieve this goal, the Japanese carmaker will launch in the next few years; an increasing number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV – Zero Emission Vehicle). The first of these will be; the bZ4X electric SUV. The manufacturer points out that by 2030 it expects a sales mix of ZEV vehicles of at least 50% in Western Europe , with the capacity; and the possibility; to increase this percentage should customer demand increase further.

From 2030, we expect a further acceleration of ZEV demand and Toyota will be & agrave; ready to achieve 100% CO2 reduction in all new vehicles by 2035 in Western Europe, assuming sufficient infrastructure for electric charging and hydrogen refueling is available by that date, as well as increased capacity; of renewable energy that will be required.

The goal of 2035, therefore, will be possible achieve but only on condition that there are the right technical conditions. Toyota's global strategy is that of minimizing carbon dioxide emissions and achieving neutrality as soon as possible; carbon.

The goal will be; achieved by accelerating electrification and offering all its customers a diverse range of particularly efficient propulsion solutions for reducing CO2 emissions.

No goodbye to endothermic cars, as others are doing car manufacturers, but a based approachon a differentiated offer . A position that has long been expressed by the top leaders of the Japanese car manufacturer. After all, as Gill Pratt explains well, Chief Scientist of Toyota Motor Corporation, the path more & ugrave; efficient towards neutrality; carbon is based on the diversification of propulsion solutions, given the great diversity; markets around the world, resulting from three key factors: the different nature of energy sources across geographic areas, the different transport needs of people and, thirdly, the imperative to maximize the return on investment on the reduction of carbon emissions, to ensure optimal use of scarce battery raw materials.

While Toyota is committed to making millions of battery electric vehicles available to customers, the way to minimize net carbon emissions globally is; to use all electrified solutions, in the right proportion: hybrid electric vehicles, plug-in electric hybrids, battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric, to best respond to infrastructural constraints and needs; of customers in every geographic area, to limited supply of batteries and to improve their performance.

NEW ABOUT BATTERIES also shared some more ugrap; on projects related to battery development. The most important news interesting is the accumulators equipped with solid state technology . The brand has highlighted that, after tests on prototypes last year, they will probably be introduced initially in hybrid vehicles, before guaranteeing their widespread use on electric vehicles. The goal is that of offering greater power, greater autonomy and longer charging times; short.

& Egrave; production began of the first bipolar battery in nickel metal hydride (NiMh) in the world which, in addition to using a quantity; lower than precious metals, it has a lower cost and a density; double the power of a normal NiMh battery. By applying similar techniques to lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries, combined with further efficiencies in the vehicle's energy consumption, Toyota expects to achieve in the second half; of this decade a 50% reduction in the cost of the battery per vehicle, without decreasing its autonomy, thus making it serious; the most battery electric vehicles; advantageous and accessible.

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