Government and automotive original equipment manufacturers are working towards accelerating the development of manufacturing capabilities for new energy vehicles in South Africa.
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Sasol and project partner Toyota will install hydrogen refuelling infrastructure along the N3 highway connecting Johannesburg and Durban, CEO Fleetwood Grobler said in a statement on Wednesday.
Toyota is set to produce its first “hybrid synergy drive” (petrol-electric) car on the African continent at its plant in Durban, as part of a R2.5-billion investment in a new production line.
The global shift towards electric mobility is creating significant challenges for South Africa’s automotive industry.