Honda has announced that it will no longer sell diesel-powered cars in European markets by the year 2021. The announcement is part of the new direction that Honda will take, where it will only sell electric vehicles or hybrids in Europe by 2025. Honda's new direction will be in accordance with the European Union's direction to drastically reduce C02 emissions.
The company also stated that will produce a its E concept car in Europe in the future. The car was recently displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show, where it was labeled a concept car but the car will be produced to cater to European markets.
Honda's decision to no longer sell diesel-powered cars will help the company adjust to the new regulations in the region. As well as cater to environmentally conscious consumers.
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