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  1. Within less than a decade, Aston Martin's lineup will be comprised of electric and hybrid vehicles. "By the mid-2020s, every model in our lineup — all series production cars — will either have hybridization or will be fully EV," said Simon Sproule, Aston Martin's global chief marketing officer to Automotive News. This is part of Aston's Second Century plan that began back in 2015. Aside from introducing new versions of its core lineup (DB11, Rapide, Vanquish, and Vantage), the plan calls for seven additional models, including a mid-engine sportscar and luxury crossover. The plans also calls for shorter life cycles for each vehicle generation, which means the likes of the DB11 and Vantage will be up for replacement as Aston works on their electrification plans. This move comes on the heels of Volvo and Jaguar/Land Rover announcing plans to electrify their lineups in the near future, and various European governments setting stricter emission standards. As we reported back in June, Aston's first electric vehicle, the RapidE will launch in 2019. An all-electric and plug-in hybrid version of the DBX are due sometime after. Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required)
  2. Within less than a decade, Aston Martin's lineup will be comprised of electric and hybrid vehicles. "By the mid-2020s, every model in our lineup — all series production cars — will either have hybridization or will be fully EV," said Simon Sproule, Aston Martin's global chief marketing officer to Automotive News. This is part of Aston's Second Century plan that began back in 2015. Aside from introducing new versions of its core lineup (DB11, Rapide, Vanquish, and Vantage), the plan calls for seven additional models, including a mid-engine sportscar and luxury crossover. The plans also calls for shorter life cycles for each vehicle generation, which means the likes of the DB11 and Vantage will be up for replacement as Aston works on their electrification plans. This move comes on the heels of Volvo and Jaguar/Land Rover announcing plans to electrify their lineups in the near future, and various European governments setting stricter emission standards. As we reported back in June, Aston's first electric vehicle, the RapidE will launch in 2019. An all-electric and plug-in hybrid version of the DBX are due sometime after. Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required) View full article
  3. G. David Felt - Staff Writer Alternative Energy - www.cheersandgears.com China sets 2030 as the end of ICE Auto's Country Wide China has chosen to lead the world rather than follow the first industrial revolution by not only holding themselves accountable to the Paris Accord on Climate Change, but to ban all sales of ICE Auto's starting in 2030. This mean that 2029 will be the last year one can buy a petrol powered auto in China. Now this covers a wide range as China says this will be applied to cars, trucks, SUV's, CUV's, Motorcycles, Mopeds, transport trucks, buses, etc. This has geopolitical and business economic muscle written all over it and as such will see over the next 12 years a big change happen at companies. This also speaks big of China and their massive mineral deposit control they have on items such as Lithium, cobalt, etc. Honda has announced this weekend that the market for their newest EV will be China first before the US or any place else. This new EV auto will go on sale some time in 2018. Many other auto companies have paired up with Chinese auto companies to build and supply the local market with EV's. VW is now going to roll out their first mass produced EV in China first followed by Europe and the US then onto the rest of the world as regional support grows. Paris and the UK have stated 2040 as the start of banning ICE auto's from sale which China is doing 10 years sooner. It would appear that as has been stated before, not if but when it happens, it will be a monumental shift in the market. Auto replacing the Horse was no different in being a huge change for humans. Supporting Percentage of EV sales Norway already has a 29% share of electric cars sales; Netherlands - 6.4%; Sweden - 3.4%; China, France, UK - 1.5% (each); U.S. - 1.4%. News Story 1 News Story 2 Blog Story 1

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