When it comes to the fight for an all-electric future, Ford is in the front. Ford has just been one of the 27 corporations that have come together in favor of European regulations on selling new automobiles to ensure the proliferation of electric vehicles. As a result, Ford has committed to developing an all-electric model lineup for its cars and commercial trucks beginning in 2035.
The European Union (EU) is now debating potential regulations concerning the purchase of new electric vehicles and must conclude soon. This is based on a proposal from the European Commission that stipulates that all new cars and vans that are marketed after the year 2035 must produce zero carbon dioxide emissions while being driven. It is just this idea that Ford is rallying behind. This proposal draws a clear line under the significance of gradually eliminating automobiles that run on conventional gasoline so that Europe may meet its CO2 target by the year 2050.