Automotive

Germany moves to ban internal combustion engine by 2030

German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz produced this all-electric concept car, named Vision Tokyo One of Germany’s legislative bodies has moved to ban petrol-powered cars in favour of electric vehicles by 2030. The country’s Bundesrat, or Federal Council, passed a resolution late last week to only approve emission-free cars for use on the roads by 2030. This would effectively phase out vehicles with internal combustion engines – which generate power through the hot gases produced by the burning of fossil fuels – from sale in 14

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