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Following the U.K. Government's announcement that sales of internal combustion engine will be banned from 2030, DS has committed to meet that target by 2025.

20 Nov 2020 | International News : U.K.

Following the British Government's announcement to bring forward the end date on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars to 2030, DS Automobiles is confirming it will meet the new guidelines five years ahead of time. DS Automobiles has announced that by 2025, it will exclusively offer plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) and fully electric vehicles (EV) to its customers.

This commitment to electrification and sustainability has made DS the only premium, multi-energy manufacturer to meet the current 95g/km CO2 average fleet emissions targets set by the European Commission. The ambition for DS Automobiles is to be among the global leaders in EVs.

Mark Blundell, U.K. Marketing Director, DS Automobiles, said, "The ambitious transition to Ultra-Low Emissions Vehicles (ULEVs) by the U.K. Government must be met with equally ambitious work from the industry. DS Automobiles has been a pioneering force for electric and plug-in vehicles since the beginning and is in a strong position to meet the new guidelines five years ahead of time, through its continued investment in and development of pioneering electrified vehicles."

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