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Politicians agree: So little european cars polluting in 2030

37,5 percent. So much less CO2 new cars emit in 2030 compared with the level in 2021.

the Goal was Monday formulated by the EU, and is the result of several months of debate about where the major claims of the union to instruct the european automotive industry. Originally, there was laid up for the UNION to put the slider at 30%, but after pressure from several countries and the EU parliament, which passed after a reduction of 40 percent, ended the goal to be a compromise.

This writes Automotive News Europe.

the EU has previously decided that the new cars must not emit more than 95 grams of CO2 per. kilometer in 2021, and with it new goals will the limit then drop to approximately 60 grams of CO2 in 2030. Nor do the vans do not have to go on a CO2 diet, but here is the EU, however, agreed on a slightly less ambitious reduction of 31 percent in 2030.

Already in the year 2025, both cars and vans, however, be reached barely halfway with the cure and contaminate 15 percent less than four years earlier.

According to the environmental organization Transport & Environment, the goal will mean that about a third of all new cars sold in Europe will be powered by either electricity or hydrogen. It is, however, not quite enough to satisfy the organisation's director for clean vehicles, Greg Aarcher.

- It is a step forward, but it is not ambitious enough to reach our climate goals, he said to Automotive News.

nevertheless, the reduction target of 37.5 percent was plenty to give the concerned mines of both the trade association of the German automotive industry, VDA and ACEA, the association of european car manufacturers.

the Latter points out, across the medium, to the goal 'perhaps sounds plausible, but is totally unrealistic in relation to where we are now.'

at the same time efterlyder the VDA, to the agreement on the new objectives also included help for the conversion, as the automotive industry has to go through to reach them - for example, through a financial incentive. Germany had, however, approved the original plan, a reduction of 30 percent, so completely is the big bilnation not for the green transition.

The new CO2-target must now be approved in both the EU parliament and the 28 member states.

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