As the Rolls Royce, the British brand, is expected to produce electric cars from 2040, it is bound to abandon the internal combustion engine, which has become identical with its luxury vehicles.
France and the UK have both pledged to ban cars that run without electric charge by 2040, but the owner of Rolls-Royce thinks other markets such as America and the Middle East will also follow the same trend.
“When you see what’s happening in Saudi Arabia, if you look at Dubai, Abu Dhabi, all are looking for alternative energy sources. Now or later, electrification will be operated in these countries,” he said. “We will offer 12 cylinder engines in any case, unless we can legally allow them as long as it is everything goes on car manufacturers and the company will introduce in the next 10 Years, its first electric vehicle, but the world is fast approaching the stringent emission rules for the electric vehicles That are working on vehicles, especially in Europe and China,” said Torsten Muller, CEO of Rolls Royce.
Rolls-Royce, owned by BMW, has already revealed a design for a car that was completely electric and autonomous. “Electrification fits very well with Rolls-Royce as it is calm, powerful and coupled. In this sense, this is a very good option,” he said. Since the transition from gasoline and diesel vehicles will take near expected decades of battery-powered vehicles, many governments have set deadlines as to when they intend to remove old vehicles that aren’t electric.
The UK Government will ban the sale of non-electric cars by 2040 and some hybrid cars, France will then ban all non-electric cars and Germany has indicated that it will be open for similar movements. China is planning to supply one-fifth of its new cars by 2025 and will force companies to market electric vehicles.