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Read on to find out how 16 of the world's biggest carmakers are approaching the EV transition. Images (clockwise from top left): Nissan, BMW, JLR, GM

From Audi to Volkswagen: How are big carmakers approaching the EV transition?

After Ford and Jaguar announced plans to go fully electric this week, edie looks at the commitments the world's biggest carmakers have made to electrify their vehicle portfolios.

Pictured: Ford's fully electric Mustang Mach-E

Ford vows to only sell electric vehicles in Europe from 2030

Just days after Jaguar confirmed plans to only offer electric cars from 2025, Ford has committed to stop selling petrol and diesel models in Europe by the end of the decade.

Sky’s commitment will see its entire fleet of 5,000 vehicles transition to zero emissions by 2030

Sky invests in 151 electric vans as part of net-zero ambition

Sky is integrating more than 150 Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vans (PHEVs) into its UK fleet, as part of its bid to become a net-zero business by 2030.

e-scooters were legalised in the UK in June

Ford's scooter arm targets carbon-negativity as Voi launches Cambridge pilot

Ford's micromobility arm Spin has vowed to go carbon-negative by 2025, in the same week that e-scooter giant Voi announced plans for a roll-out in Cambridgeshire.

Each of these success stories exemplifies how businesses are ramping up ambitions and actions in all areas of sustainable development 

Ford's net-zero target and renewable energy records: The sustainability success stories of the week

As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.

JLR's first electric vehicle, the iPace, wasn’t manufactured in the UK

JLR, VW & Ford accelerate electric vehicle development

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has secured a £500m loan guarantee from the Government at the same time Volkswagen (VW) and Ford announced a multi-billion deal on electric vehicle (EV) and autonomous vehicle infrastructure.

After launching the first jointly-developed EVs in 2022, VW and Ford may co-develop autonomous vehicles

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VW and Ford forge partnership to spur low-carbon transport transition

Carmakers Ford and Volkswagen (VW) have forged a new low-carbon road transport partnership, which will see them work together to develop electric vehicles (EVs) and other clean technologies.


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