Renault plans half its production to be electric and hybrids by2022

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The French carmamker has announced that 50 percent of its new vehicles will be powered by all-electric or hybrid engines by  2020, when it also hopes to be producing five million cars per year, almost two million more than in 2016, chiefly through increased sales in China and Russia.

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French carmaker Renault has announced plans to make half of its models electric or hybrid by 2022 and to invest heavily in "robo-vehicles" with increasing degrees of autonomy, reports FRANCE 24.