McLaren suggests finish line in sight for petrol engines

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McLaren plans to cease development of internal combustion engine vehicles by 2030
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McLaren plans to cease development of internal combustion engine vehicles by 2030

Development of petrol engines will cease within a decade, McLaren's CEO tells the Financial Times, adding that he expects a large-scale transition to electric vehicles to occur around 2035

The CEO of McLaren has said the UK supercar manufacturer will stop developing petrol engines within a decade as part of a long-term pivot to electric vehicles, in an interview published yesterday in the...

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