By using renewable energy and hydrogen-based production methods Toyota wants to completely eliminate CO2 emissions from manufacturing and vehicle use by 2050.
Scoop Business 3 December 2015: Working towards this in the ten years
between 2010 and 2020 Toyota plans to reduce the average
CO2emissions from its new vehicles by more than 22
The challenge is composed of six individual
challenges across three areas: ever-better cars, ever-better
manufacturing and enriching lives of communities.
Addressing key global environmental issues such as
climate change, water shortages, resource depletion, and
degradation of biodiversity, the Toyota Environmental
Challenge 2050 aims to reduce the negative impact of
manufacturing and driving vehicles as much as possible.In
addition to achieving these long-term targets, Toyota is
announcing its Sixth Toyota Environmental Action Plan, which
will be enacted between April 2016 and the end of March
goal to produce ever-better cars Toyota is aiming to reduce
its global average new-vehicle CO2emissions by 90 percent by
2050 compared to its 2010 global average.
is currently launching 14 new engines of all sizes that have
greater thermal efficiency to produce fuel economy
improvements of more than 10 percent over the motors they