Mazda says it will deploy some form of electrification in all production vehicles by 2030 as it aims for a 90% reduction in its corporate average well-to-wheel carbon-dioxide emissions by 2050. The automaker says in a statement its move to reduce CO2 emissions will involve deploying compact, lightweight electrification technologies while further refining the internal-combustion engine, which it sees being in the majority of new cars for many years to come. Mazda will introduce EVs as the ...

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