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27 European countries to stop selling cars with internal combustion engines by 2035

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The bold decision was taken by 27 countries in Europe by declaring that they would no longer sell gasoline cars in 2035. This decision will certainly be realized after the 3 main union institutions and negotiators approve it.

Quoted by autocar, this decision will force car manufacturers in Europe to reduce their CO2 emissions by 100% by 2035, and be the end of internal combustion engine cars.

Before actually going to stop the production of gasoline cars, car manufacturers in Europe have agreed to reduce CO2 emissions by 55 percent by 2030.

This means automakers such as Lamborghini and Bentley will effectively be given a one-year delay in reaching the target, due to their limited production.

Jan Huitema, the European Parliament’s lead negotiator, said: “With this target, these European countries create clarity for the car industry and stimulate innovation and investment for car manufacturers. In addition, consumers who want to have an electric car will be cheaper.

“I am pleased that today we reached an agreement with the [European] Council on an ambitious revision of the targets for 2030 and support the 100% target for 2035. This is critical to achieving climate neutrality by 2050 and making clean driving more affordable,” he said. Jan.

The regulation is the first agreement from the ‘Fit for 55’ package, namely by agreeing on an agreement in 2021 with emission targets set in 2030 and 2050.

Unfortunately it is not explained, which countries have agreed to no longer sell vehicles with internal combustion engines in 2035.

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