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Countdown to 2030: when will each car company go electric?

Motoring Electric Logo By Richard Aucock of Motoring Electric | Slide 1 of 25: DS Automobiles has announced it will only sell electric cars from 2024. The French marque’s electric range is currently limited to the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense crossover, but a new EV with a promised 400-mile range is on the way. The pivot to EVs will come six years ahead of the UK’s government 2030 deadline, banning the sale of new, non-electrified petrol and diesel cars. Here, we reveal when other car manufacturers plan to make the switch.

An all-electric future

DS Automobiles has announced it will only sell electric cars from 2024. The French marque’s electric range is currently limited to the DS 3 Crossback E-Tense crossover, but a new EV with a promised 400-mile range is on the way. The pivot to EVs will come six years ahead of the UK’s government 2030 deadline, banning the sale of new, non-electrified petrol and diesel cars.

Here, we reveal when other car manufacturers plan to make the switch.

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