Auto companies like Mercedes and Ford decide to stop making gasoline diesel vehicles by 2040 at COP26


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Glasgow

Published by: Gaurav pandey
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 11:08 pm IST

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Cop26, an international summit to address the challenges of climate change, is currently being organized in Glasgow, Scotland. The world’s leading automakers made a very important announcement here on Wednesday.

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Problems such as climate change and pollution remain serious challenges for the world and their severity increases over time. To deal with these problems, six of the world’s largest automakers have made a very important decision. These companies, which are participating in the COP26 Climate Summit that is being held in Glasgow, have stated that from the year 2040 we will not manufacture vehicles that run on gasoline and diesel.

These companies include names like Mercedes, Ford, Volvo, General Motors. The conference proposed to eliminate the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2040. However, companies such as Toyota, Volkswagen and Nissan have not agreed. At this international conference in Glasgow, world leaders are debating to find solutions to problems such as climate change and rising temperatures.

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Problems such as climate change and pollution remain serious challenges for the world and their severity increases over time. To deal with these problems, six of the world’s largest automakers have made a very important decision. These companies, which are participating in the COP26 Climate Summit that is being held in Glasgow, have stated that from the year 2040 we will not manufacture vehicles that run on gasoline and diesel.

These companies include names like Mercedes, Ford, Volvo, General Motors. The conference proposed to eliminate the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2040. However, companies such as Toyota, Volkswagen and Nissan have not agreed. At this international conference in Glasgow, world leaders are debating to find solutions to problems such as climate change and rising temperatures.


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