By Ganesh Rao | Sky News
Honda has announced plans to stop producing gasoline-only cars by 2022.
The carmaker said it will “electrify” all of its models sold in Europe within the next three years – which includes making many models hybrid.
Hybrid vehicles carry a traditional internal combustion engine as well as a battery pack.
The Japanese company has brought forward its original plan to move away from petrol-only and diesel-only vehicles by three years from its previously announced target of 2025.