World governments will try to find ways to improve global air quality on the world's first zero-emission vehicle summit on 11 September, before the Low Carbon Vehicle Show which takes place in Birmingham next day.

Summit will take part as a result of a pledge from UK prime minister Theresa May at the One Planet event in Paris and will bring policy makers and industry expert together. It is also a part of the UK government's  'mission' to put their country at the forefront of zero emission vehicle development, which will go along with its pledge to ban vehicles with internal combustion engines by 2040.

UK's Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: ‘The government is committed to meeting our climate change targets and cleaning up our air and to help achieve that we are investing £1.5 billion in ultra-low emission vehicles by 2021, of which many will be leased through car leasing experts."

Sept. 9, 2018 Driving photo: Daimler

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