Bentley to stop making fossil fuel cars by 2030, hybrids only from 2026

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Bentley, the British luxury carmaker, in a bid to champion sustainability, has announced that it will stop making fossil fuel cars and switch to hybrids from 2026 and aims to be completely carbon neutral by 2030.

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