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Peugeot enters the new energy market and will achieve zero emissions by 2030

From:Internet Info Agency 2020-03-24 13:54:31

Today's emissions regulations are becoming increasingly stringent. The European Union plans to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of new cars by 37.5% compared to 2021 by 2030. Moreover, the UK market will be more stringent than the EU, and the UK has proposed a ban on the sale of non-electric vehicles in 2032. It is reported that Peugeot will achieve zero emissions in 2030 to meet EU and other countries' requirements for vehicle emissions in advance.

At present, the European Union has proposed to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of new cars by 37.5% compared with 2021 by 2030. However, Jean-Philippe IMPARATO, the CEO of Peugeot, believes that “Under the current environmental climate, the EU may Reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of new cars to 50%. If it reaches 50%, it will be the end of the internal combustion engine, and we must prepare for it.” This means that although hybrid models can still be sold in the European market, electric vehicles will dominate.


In order to cope with future trends, Peugeot is transforming into a comprehensive new energy source. Among them, the new Peugeot 208 and 2008 not only use traditional fuel power, but also launched pure electric models. At the same time, Peugeot 3008, 4008, 5008 and 508 products will also provide plug-in hybrid versions. In addition, according to the previously disclosed news, Peugeot's mini car 108 is expected to be fully electrified in the next model. This strategic transformation of Peugeot can help them complete the EU's new emissions regulations in advance and prepare for the UK's ban on the sale of non-electric vehicles by 2032.

Editor:Zhang Jinshuo

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