In Honda’s view, pure electric vehicles are not “panacea” and should not completely replace fuel powered engines before 2035. In an article, an executive at Honda Europe said a variety of technologies should be used to strive to reduce CO2 emissions and ultimately achieve zero emissions. < / P > < p > he believes that before 2035, the price of no pure electric vehicle can drop to the same level as that of internal combustion engine vehicles. Meanwhile, the uneven distribution of public charging infrastructure and the lack of raw materials for electric vehicles are also the problems that will appear in the future. < / P > < p > according to previous news, the UK plans to ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel vehicles from 2035, five years ahead of schedule and will set a net zero emission target for 2050. As for the reason why the United Kingdom suddenly announced the advance of the “no combustion” policy, foreign media said that this may be related to the upcoming 26th United Nations Climate Conference (cop26). In this regard, some foreign media analysis said that if the UK banned the sale of fuel vehicles, even hybrid vehicles, 98% of the vehicles currently on the road will be affected in terms of use, and manufacturers must transform to develop electric vehicles. Global Tech