The Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) is aiming to make a strong push for energy-efficient vehicles (EEV) by 2025, targeting 100% penetration of new car sales compared to just 42.8% in 2016, according to a report by The Sun. “I believe by 2025, all new models to be sold in Malaysia will definitely be EEVs,” said MAI CEO Datuk Madani Sahari. However, he explained that the 100% penetration is measured based on new models introduced to the market, and not representative of all cars on the road, which includes non-EEVs from the past.

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