2035, the last year of internal combustion engine cars in the EU

2035, the last year of internal combustion engine cars in the EU


The European Union is moving forward towards the ban on endothermic engines. We would like to remind you that from 2035 no new internal combustion vehicles will be able to be sold. This will lead consumers to switch to new electric cars. Furthermore, as early as 2030, CO2 emissions from new cars will have to be reduced by 55%.

"This is the beginning of a great transition for the European Union," said Jan Huitema, a Dutch politician and member of the European Parliament.

Some niche companies, such as Lamborghini and Ferrari, will receive an extra year to meet their emissions targets and will be able to continue selling fossil fuel-powered cars until the end of 2035. - th_motorlabs_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_motorlabs_d_mh2 "); }
But there is no lack of opinions against this transaction. Some German officials, as well as those of other nations, have spoken out against the new legislation, but it seems that the protests have fallen on deaf ears.| ); } Oliver Zipse, CEO of BMW and president of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), some time ago spoke out against the premature ban on internal combustion engines. “It would be detrimental to simply give up a technology in which you have a very good position on the global market. I don't think that would help the climate or anyone else, ”he said.

“The days of the combustion engine are finally numbered. It's been 125 years since Rudolf Diesel revolutionized engine efficiency, but lawmakers have decided that the next chapter will be written by electric vehicles, "said Julia Poliscanova of Transport & Environment.

However, it should be noted that cars and vans produce only 16% of Europe's greenhouse gases.

In the United States, however, the state of California recently announced that it will ban the sale of vehicles with an internal combustion engine from 2035. Unlike the EU, California will gradually introduce new regulations. For example, by 2026, 35% of all new cars sold in the state will have to be carbon neutral. It will then go to 68% by 2030 and finally to 100% by 2035.

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