China’s BYD to stop producing fossil-fuel vehicles

  • Auto
  • Tuesday, 05 Apr 2022

Cars from BYD at the Auto Shanghai 2019 show in Shanghai. - Filepic

HONG KONG: China’s BYD Co says it has stopped production of fossil-fuel vehicles since March to focus on electric and hybrid cars amid Beijing’s promotion of greener automobiles to cut pollution.

The Shenzhen-based company will still produce and supply components for gas-fuelled vehicles and provide service and after-sales guarantees to existing customers, BYD said in its March output and sales statement to the Hong Kong exchange.

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