Toyota is working on expanding the development of its hybrid system to decrease gas emissions. On December 6th, Toyota Motor Corporation has announced that its gasoline-hybrid technology will soon become even more developed. In approximately five years it will help speeding up the process of launching the engines which produce decreased emissions when working.
This new technology will be by the new standards regarding global emissions. The Japanese company argued that their new goal is to build cars which will be friendly for the environments, reducing pollution. In the US, China, and many other regions, automakers face very strict regulations concerning gas emissions. All these countries will be bound to implement only environment-friendly vehicles during the next years.
Besides the primary purpose of improving the gasoline engines and the efficiency of the hybrid systems, developers from Toyota also aim to better the development of battery-electric vehicles being capable of enabling longer ranges. They will implement changes in their strategy of promoting their new technology based on hydrogen fuel-cell which will become the future of the cars outfitted with zero emissions.
Until 2021, Toyota also aims to boost the personnel from its team which works on the development of the hybrid system, enriching it by 30%. By the end of 2021, the automaker plans to introduce 19 new powertrain components fueled with lower emissions which were recently presented on the manufacturing platform to be soon developed.
Toyota planned to implement on the market of China, Europe, US, and Japan new powertrain components bound to decrease the emissions of carbon dioxide by more than 15% compared to the natural emissions of ordinary cars which were sold in 2015. This new idea will materialize by the end of 2021.
Toyota is currently working on accelerating the process of producing cars which will eliminate lower emissions. Last month, the President Akio Toyota was named to lead the division responsible for the development of battery-fueled cars to speed up the process of development. What is more, Toyota guaranteed to reduce its gas emissions to 90% until the end of 2050.
Thus, the president of the powertrain division of the automaker, Toshiyuki Mizushima, has claimed that he is hopeful when thinking about the increase in the development of hybrid vehicles, which has accounted for approximately 20% of the global annual car sales of Toyota by 2025, from 10% percent now.
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