In June 2021, Audi announced that the last fuel vehicle will be discontinued in 2033, and only electric vehicles will be launched from 2026. It is understood that Audi put forward the "future production plan" at the press conference on Tuesday, including transforming its global factory network into the production of pure electric vehicles. In order to better compete and transition in the new energy era, Audi will transform all production plants into plants capable of producing electric vehicles by 2029.
Gerd Walker, a member of Audi's board of directors in charge of production and logistics, said that with the automobile manufacturers preparing to invest in electric vehicles, "Audi is gradually bringing all our factories into the future".
Ford Motor announced that by the middle of 2026, all passenger car series in Europe will achieve zero emissions, and by 2030, it will be fully electric.
Toyota plans to achieve 100% pure electrification in China, Europe and North America by 2030; BMW will stop selling fuel vehicles in the EU in 2030; Volkswagen will stop selling fuel vehicles in the European market in 2035; General Motors plans to stop selling fuel vehicles from 2035, and transition its products to zero emission vehicles and pure electric vehicles in the same year; Honda plans to stop selling fuel vehicles in 2040; Volvo will stop selling fuel vehicles in 2025. After that, Volvo will mainly produce pure electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles; Mercedes Benz said it was ready to sell 100% of its electric vehicles by 2030.
In addition to the above car companies, BYD, a Chinese car company, was the first to stop selling pure fuel vehicles. In April this year, BYD announced its withdrawal from the oil vehicle market, becoming the first traditional vehicle company in the world to stop the production of pure fuel vehicles.
In 2018, BAIC Group announced that it is expected to completely stop selling fuel vehicles by 2025, and plans to take the lead in stopping the sales of traditional fuel vehicles of its own brand in Beijing by 2020. However, the market share of new energy vehicles under BAIC has lost its luster in the past.
In October 2017, Chang'an Automobile Group officially released the "Shangri La" plan at the "China International Energy Saving and New Energy Automobile Exhibition". Zhu Huarong announced on the spot that the Group would build three new energy dedicated platforms in 2020 and stop selling traditional fuel vehicles in 2025.
At present, Chang'an Automobile Group has many fronts, including Chang'an passenger cars, Chang'an Deep Blue, Avita, Auchan, commercial vehicles, and Kaicheng. Among them, Chang'an Deep Blue has already begun to show its strength, and with the help of the Deep Blue SL03 model, its sales have exceeded 6000 for two consecutive months.
In November of this year, Dongfeng Fengxing announced that it will comprehensively layout the new energy track. Dongfeng Fengxing will achieve 100% electrification in three years and stop producing fuel vehicles in five years.
Almost all traditional automobile enterprises have made clear the plan to stop producing fuel vehicles. Traditional automobile enterprises will inevitably have a painful period in the transition. The evolution of automobile intelligence and electrification will accelerate. In 2023, the penetration rate of new energy vehicles in China will be further.
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