Power politics over ICE ban – Will OEMs get their way?

Policy & Regulation

A coalition of EU countries is seeking to oppose the effective ban on the sale of new ICE light vehicles by 2035

In October 2022, EU lawmakers agreed on a new carbon dioxide (CO2) fleet regulation for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, adopting the target of zero CO2 emissions by 2035. As CO2 emissions are measured exclusively at the tailpipe, this decision is effectively a ban on vehicles with internal combustion engines (ICEs).

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