It was January of this year, he had barely been in the US presidency for a week, and President Joe Biden had already shown his support for the auto sector and specifically for electric mobility.
He then confirmed his plans to replace the entire US Federal fleet with all-electric vehicles. Undoubtedly a tremendous effort given that this measure affects 645,000 vehicles distributed in 245,000 for civilian use, 173,000 for military and 225,000 for postal services.
Joe Biden, a car fan
The fact is that during the presidential campaign Biden several times referred to electric cars and spoke in particular about those made in the United States. He’s a huge car enthusiast, as these phrases explain:
“As many of you know, I am a car lover. I have had the opportunity to drive some amazing cars over the years, but I never imagined a car like the one I drive today. The future is electric, and it will be done here in the States.”
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very Kamala Harris, Vice President of the North American Government and a Biden trusted figure, has demonstrated her support for the electrification of mobility: “We will invest in infrastructure across the country,” to implement a charging network For general use, which is a fact, not a utopia.
Now once again, Biden has shared a tweet via his official Twitter account reiterating his commitment to electric mobility and, yes, American-made vehicles.
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