Continental: Electromobility is the future – but the future is some way off

2nd May 2018 | 0 Comments
 
Continental: Electromobility is the future – but the future is some way off
Dr Degenhart wants policy makers to let the industry “choose the best technologies” for meeting emissions targets

The Government has committed to ending the sale of new conventional petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2040 and is under pressure from some quarters to bring this deadline forward. Technology company and tyre maker Continental, on the other hand, recommends a more protracted timetable for phasing out conventional power sources – and it has called upon governments to provide sufficient breathing space for the development of appropriate technologies.

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