Toyota sketched away for 100% CO2 reduction up to 2035 in Europe

Toyota sketched away for 100% CO2 reduction up to 2035 in Europe-europe

Toyota Motor Europe is still written to the flag before the end of the year that you not only accelerate the electrification of your own brand, but would like to implement the 100% CO2 reduction up to 2035 in Europe. The plan remains unchanged to provide an active role in building the hydrogen economy.

The aim of minimizing CO2 emissions is achieved by accelerating the electrification and offering a wide range of CO2 efficient drive solutions for all customers. It was planned that Toyota will bring a growing number of practical and affordable zero emission vehicles to market over the next few years. The youngest model of the Japanese is the BZ4X, which has already celebrated its premiere in Europe. Stand today the car manufacturer plans that the number of sales of zero emission vehicles reach the 50% mark by 2030. Where the capacity and possibility exists to further increase the proportion if customer demand rises.

“After 2030, we expect further acceleration of ZEV demand, and Toyota will be willing to reach a 100% CO2 reduction in all new vehicles by 2035 in Western Europe, provided that until then, sufficient infrastructure for charging electric vehicles and The refueling with hydrogen is available and the required capacities for renewable energies are expanded.”- Matt Harrison, President and CEO of Toyota Motor Europe

Toyota itself not only sees a drive type at the top to move on the way to CO2 neutrality. It is believed that the path to CO2 neutrality is most efficient about the variety of drive solutions, as the markets are very different worldwide, which is attributable to three key factors: the different energy sources in the various regions, the different transport needs of the people and Third, the need to maximize carbon returns to ensure that the use of the scarce battery materials is optimized.

To achieve this, use “hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery and fuel cell electric vehicles, the ratio of each component being optimized so that the infrastructural restrictions and customer needs in each region are considered the best possible way”, ” How Gill Pratt, TMC Chief Scientist & Tri-CEO performs.

Further details on Toyota Battery Strategy were from Gerald Killmann, Vice President of TME R&D, following the recent global announcement of the 11.5 billion euros, serious investment strategy for batteries. Commercial production of the world’s first bipolar NiMH battery has started. It consumes not only less valuable minerals, but is also cheaper and has a twice as high power density as a conventional NiMH battery. Furthermore, Toyota also the use of solid-state batteries, first in hybrids, before transferring them into pure E vehicles. This allows the vehicles to achieve higher performance, greater range and shorter loading times.

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