Friday, April 19, 2024

It will take at least 35 years to eradicate all fossil cars, says Bosch

It will take a long time – and perhaps even longer – to convert all the world's cars to only run on electricity, warns industrial giant Bosch.

At the German industrial giant Bosch, director Stefan Hartung has no doubts. Electric cars are far off in the future.

Because even though they are already here – and among other things are very popular in Denmark due to relaxed tax rules – it will take a long time, because electric cars dominate.

If it is going to happen at all, it will be 30 years in the future. Maybe even 35 years, says Bosch's managing director Stefan Hartung.

In an interview with The Pioneer, Stefan Hartung, like several car brands, now acknowledges that the market for electric cars is not growing linearly.

READ ALSO: Volkswagen comes with a new threat to electric cars

At the same time, he says that electrifying certain parts of the transport sector would not be possible at all. And that the part that can be electrified will be an expensive affair.

The Bosch director thus aligns himself with Toyota. The Japanese, for example, already started testing hydrogen trucks in September last year.

The Japanese do not believe that electric cars with a cord are the only solution for the future. In fact, as recently as last week, Toyota has said that the brand refuses to spend more money on electric cars.

You can read more about how it is connected here. But Toyota is not the only car brand that is opening more roads for future transport.

At Renault, it is now said that it wants a strategy to stand on two legs for at least another decade. One leg is the combustion engine.

In a new joint venture, the French brand expects to be able to build up to 3 million internal combustion engines per year. Also to others than the Renault Group itself. Read more about it here.

Read more news from and about the automotive industry here!

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