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9. How do car manufacturers look at the future?

There is already a marked determination in the automotive industry to make the jump to the electric car. Even in some countries have set deadlines, between 2025 and 2050, to prohibit the circulation of internal combustion engine vehicles. This would result in discouragement of investment in oil exploration and production and new extraction methods such as the much-questioned fracking. Oil spills and the contamination of waters and coasts will also be reduced. Companies are clearly determined to replace gasoline-powered cars with electric cars. Volkswagen plans to place 25% of electric cars by 2020 and 50% by 2030. Volvo aims to produce 20% by 2025 and Mercedes Benz between 20% and 25%. A representative of General Motors says that “there will be more changes in the automotive sector in the next five or ten years than in the last fifty”.

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