The federal government has reached an agreement with the EU Commission in the dispute over the end of new cars with combustion engines. This was announced by Transport Minister Volker Wissing and EU Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans on Twitter on Saturday.
According to this, vehicles with combustion engines can also be newly registered after 2035 if they only fill up with CO2-neutral fuels.
"We are securing opportunities for Europe by giving us important options for climate-neutral and affordable mobility," Wissing wrote on Twitter.
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