Diesel cars will disappear before gasoline onesJanuary 27, 2021
In recent years, cars with gasoline and even more so with diesel engines have faced problems in the form of restrictions and prohibitions from the authorities.
The Stellantis plant in Tremery, France, known for being the world’s largest diesel engine assembly plant, is expected to produce 180,000 electric motors, according to the latest figures.
It is expected that by 2025, when some European countries stop selling cars with internal combustion engines, production in France will be required to produce up to 900,000 electric motors annually. At the same time, the staff may have problems in the form of the fact that any electric motor has fewer parts than a diesel one, so the plant will not need to keep so many employees.
At the same time, in the United States, President Joe Biden is calling for the creation of one million jobs in car factories for the production of electric cars. In addition, in the near future he plans to transfer the entire federal vehicle fleet to environmentally friendly transport. Earlier, speedme.ru reported that in the fall of 2020, sales of electric cars in Europe exceeded sales of cars with diesel engines.
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