April 1, 2023

Urban Tech Story | EU to ban internal combustion engine cars by 2035

EU to ban internal combustion engine cars by 2035

The European Council and the European Parliament agreed on Thursday on a significant reduction in carbon emissions from passenger cars by 2030 and a complete ban on the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles by 2035 (https://arstechnica.com/?p=1893499). The European Union has formulated some of the most stringent emission regulations in the world, and the current regulations require that the cars of car manufacturers must meet the emission standard of 95 g CO2 per 100 kilometers. The latest regulations call for a 55% reduction in CO2 emissions from 2021 levels by 2030 for passenger cars and 50% for vans. All new passenger cars and vans must have zero emissions by 2035. Manufacturers such as Ferrari, McLaren and Aston Martin that produce less than 10,000 a year are exempt from the 2030 target, but must still achieve zero emissions by 2035. Existing internal combustion engine vehicles do not need to be scrapped and taken out of service immediately.

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