Today’s Solutions: April 21, 2024

With major automakers such as General Motors, Volkswagen, Jaguar, and Volvo pledging to shift their cars to all-electric over the next decade, there should be little doubt left that the electric vehicle revolution is in full swing. Now, Fiat is looking to make the same pledge, with the Italian manufacturer recently committing to becoming an electric-only brand by 2030.

As part of its electric plan, the automaker will seek to improve access to electric cars, lower barriers to EV adaptation, including improving the charging infrastructure, and contribute towards reducing air pollution.

“It is our duty to bring to market electric cars that cost no more than those with an internal combustion engine, as soon as we can, in line with the falling costs of batteries,” said Fiat’s CEO, Olivier François. “We are exploring the territory of sustainable mobility for all: this is our greatest project. Between 2025 and 2030, our product line-up will gradually become electric-only.”

Essentially, come 2025, Fiat will start to increasingly convert its diesel-powered vehicles to electric, and gradually shift its entire lineup to become electric-only by 2030.

Solutions News Source Print this article
More of Today's Solutions

3 simple ways to save an extra $250 per month

Everyone loves to save money, so here are three easy ways you can free up $250 in your budget per month. Cancel subscriptions you ...

Read More

APA, AAPI, APIDA or AANHPI? The history and significance of the “Asian Americ...

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” ― Lao Tzu By Arielle Tiangco Weeks ago, seated cross-legged on my couch, I ...

Read More

Playing video games benefit key regions of the brain

A recent study from Georgia State University found that sensorimotor decision-making skills were superior in regular video game players to those that didn’t play ...

Read More

Novel blood cancer treatment effective in three-fourths of trial patients

According to new findings from an ongoing Phase 1/2 clinical research trial, a novel investigational immunotherapy resulted in successful response rates for 73 percent ...

Read More