Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Hong Kong taxis

Hong Kong taxi distributor says including hybrid models in electric vehicle road map will reduce emissions in near-term

  • Waiting for full adoption of battery-powered vehicles could mean years of higher-than-necessary pollution, Inchcape Greater China COO tells Post
  • Nearly 98 per cent of vehicles now operating in city rely on fossil fuels

Topic |   Hong Kong taxis
Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Inchcape Greater China, the company behind most Hong Kong taxi sales, has been phasing out old models that ran solely on liquefied petroleum gas with a new hybrid version. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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