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The European Commission has launched a resounding message against climate change. Starting in 2035, new cars that emit carbon dioxide cannot be sold. A measure that aims to accelerate the transformation towards more sustainable mobility, which focuses on the electrification of models. Luckily, Honda is at the forefront of change.
Honda has a historic commitment to sustainability. To give a couple of examples, already in 1999 it was the first company to market a hybrid car in the world, through the Honda Insight. Always ahead of its time, in 2014 it was also the first automaker to reveal the amounts of CO2 emitted by its products. Now, more committed than ever, Honda has an “Electric Vision” to electrify the main car models before 2022. A collective effort that looks much further, with the will to sell zero-emission vehicles by 2040, and neutrality carbon in 2050.
How? We explain the five methods used by Honda to be benchmarks of sustainability.