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Bentley will stop selling non-electric cars by 2026

by LLB staff reporter
6th Nov 20 8:55 am

Luxury car maker Bentley has announced that they will stop selling non-essential cars by 2026, and then only offer electrified cars with either hybrid or battery electrics.

Bentley Motors are aiming to become an “end to end carbon neutral” by 2030 to reduce carbon emissions.

Adrian Hallmark chief executive of the Crewe based company said, “A 100-year-old company that’s renowned for the best and most successful 12-cylinder in the world, will not be building engines in less than a decade.

“This is profound change for the industry and we want to lead that change. We’re not frightened by it, we’re inspired by it.”

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