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Report: Volkswagen sets timeline to end combustion engines in Europe

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German carmaker Volkswagen is set to stop producing combustion engines in Europe by 2035, a member of the board told a German newspaper in comments published on Saturday. “In Europe, we’ll be getting out of the combustion engine vehicle business between 2033 and 2035,” said Klaus Zellmer in comments to the Muenchner Merkur newspaper. The information follows similar comments by officials at Audi, a subsidiary of Volkswagen. It will take a bit longer to give up combustion engines in the United States and China, Zellmer told the newspaper, and significantly longer in Africa and South America. Aud…

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