Listen to this article Mercedes has already announced plans to develop only electric car platforms from 2025 and exclusively sell zero-emissions vehicles “where market conditions allow” by the end of the decade. Meanwhile, Formula 1 cars won’t be abandoning the internal combustion engine so soon as the new regulations set to come into effect from the 2026 season will still include the good ol’ ICE. 2022 F1 cars run on E10 fuel, which represents a mixture of 10-percent ethanol and 90-percent fossil fuel. Come 2026 – when Porsche and Audi will join the world’s greatest motorsport competition – the combustion engine will switch entirely to renewable synthetic fuel. Through the voice of its CEO Ola Källenius, Mercedes told Autocar the German luxury brand has “decided to go towards this journey of decarbonization – it’s the only decision that you can make – and the same goes for Formula 1.” Mercedes-AMG One New Spy Photos 13 Photos The three-pointed star’s head honcho went on to say that even though 2026 F1 cars will still have a combustion engine, the ICE “will be used as a lab to develop CO2-free fuels.” For the time being, Källenius says battery technology has not matured… Read full this story
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