The EU has agreed on stricter CO2 limits for new cars by 2030. New cars should emit until then, around 37.5 per cent less CO2. Between the target a Minus of 15 percent by 2025.
New cars by 2030, significantly, must be climate-friendly: The carbon dioxide emissions of new cars is expected to decline by 37.5 percent in comparison to 2021. On this compromise, the negotiators of the EU States and the European Parliament agreed to the information given by the Austrian presidency in Brussels.
For light commercial vehicles has agreed a CO2 reduction of 31 percent. For both vehicle classes is to be achieved by 2025, a reduction of 15 per cent as an interim step.
Previously defined in the EU that new cars should not emit a fleet average of 2021, more than 95 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre. From this Basis, the reduction is expected to follow. The European average last stood at 118.5 grams.