After a week filled with news from Tesla and Daimler gearing up for a battle over who will control the world of electric driven trucking, it looks like a new contender is set to launch its own bid for the electric car market.
(Reuters) – Mazda plans to make its vehicle models electric-based, including petrol hybrids, by the early 2030s, Japan’s Kyodo News reported on Friday. Via businessinsider.com
The news comes just in time for a week of hype about the electric car industry. However, Mazda’s desire to convert its entire lineup to electric motors is telling. Is this a sign of what is to come from other major car manufacturers?
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