The share of hybrid and electric cars will grow significantly.
The Council of the European Union is going to minimize the number of vehicles with classic internal combustion engines: by 2030, 35% of the fleet of the EU consists of cars with hybrid or electric propulsion systems, according to the Chronicle.info with reference to Autoblog.
In addition, for several years, the lawmakers want to reduce the rate of permissible content of harmful carbon dioxide in the exhaust.
More specifically, by 2025, the quota of “CE of two” in the exhaust gases will be reduced by 15% and to 30-mu – 35% for cars and 30% for trucks relative to the level in 2021, the press service of the Council of the European Union.
It is necessary to call some more numbers: in three years the average limit of carbon dioxide in the exhaust shall be 95 grams per kilometre. This indicator can be achieved by consumption of 4.1 liters of gasoline or 3.6 l of diesel per 100 km.
Thus, the EU will be able to achieve commitments under the Paris agreement on climate change. While the new laws will force automakers to invest more in the development and production of environmentally friendly transport.
And soon the EU will begin to appear EN masse useless cars are technically usable, but outdated environmental standards.