Renault will only sell pure electric cars in European market

Renault is rapidly moving towards electric mobility and aspires to sell only pure electric vehicles in Europe by the year 2030.

Dacia, its subsidiary from Romania, is expected to follow the same path shortly afterwards, although its recent all-electric model, the Spring, is not at all unlikely, to become yet another success in the sales arena in the new challenge of electric vehicles.

This is what the company’s Management stated, setting the goals of electromobility that it has put high in its strategy. Renault’s complete shift towards electrification will be followed by its subsidiary Dacia.

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Renault has already shown some important, electrical writing samples, and with great interest is expected later this year the electric revival of the legendary Renault 5.

Until now, Renault had stressed that it would leave little room for other forms of traffic beyond electricity, but now it is changing its mind and notes that its future road, from 2030 onwards, will be purely electric.

The French brand’s decision is linked to the European Union’s decision to stop the sale of cars with internal combustion engines on the continent from 2035 onwards.


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