The Japanese automobile concern Honda has announced that it would no longer produce gasoline-powered cars for the European market. By the end of 2022, the production of such cars will be stopped, Angi reports.
Also, in 2022, Honda plans to stop the production of diesel cars in Europe due to the loss of popularity of such products. The concern intends to stake on hybrid and electric vehicles. Honda is now making the CR-V and Jazz hybrid cars for Europe, as well as the Honda e.
Earlier, the automaker talked about plans to abandon the production of cars on a gasoline engine not until the end of 2022, but by 2025.
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