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How Ford’s F-150 plots the future of electric vehicles
2035 seems to be the year of reckoning. The European Union just announced that sales of all internal-combustion engines — including plug-in hybrids! — will end 14 years hence. Canada made a similar announcement — though possibly not as Draconian with regards to PHEVs — two weeks ago.
And while other countries, notably Norway, have different timelines for the elimination of fossil fuels, the fact that California has also set 2035 as its cut-off date for internal combustion makes it quasi-official.
If the politicians hold true to their word — yes, I know how silly that sounds — that will be the year the hammer will come down on piston power.
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