Ford May Delay Ending Gas Car Sales in Europe by 2030

Ford reconsiders its 2030 deadline for ceasing sales of gas and hybrid cars in Europe, citing slow EV market growth.

Ford is contemplating delaying its plan to discontinue sales of gasoline and hybrid vehicles in Europe by 2030. The company cites slower growth in the electric vehicle market as a reason for possibly continuing to offer internal combustion and hybrid vehicles beyond this deadline.

Ford Europe’s head of passenger vehicles, Martin Sander, noted that the demand for electric vehicles is less intense than originally anticipated.

Recently, Ford announced its commitment to phase out gasoline-powered vehicles and advance its electrification strategy, including discontinuing the Focus model next year.

However, the surge in demand for hybrid vehicles over the past year has led automakers to slow their shift towards electric vehicles. Additionally, the lack of charging infrastructure in Europe has deterred some consumers from adopting electric vehicles.

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Ford May Delay Ending Gas Car Sales in Europe by 2030

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