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For Toyota, electric cars will not become cheaper any time soon; for Brazil ethanol is the option

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - COP26, the UN climate conference, was entering its decisive phase in the second week of November when a series of automakers and countries grandiosely decreed the death of the combustion car.

With the support of the European Union, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, GM, and Volvo declare that they will cease production of this type of engine in 2040, a fatal blow for lovers of the rumbling V6.

The European market is significant for the automotive industry, and it seems that soon only electric cars will be driving on the continent.

However, Germany, China, the United States, Japan . . .

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