UK agrees on zero-emission car timetable despite shift on target for hybrids – report

Policy & Regulation

Only 20% of vehicles produced between 2030 and 2035 will be able to burn petrol or diesel at all

The UK government announced that it was sticking to a previous timetable to phase out cars that burn fossil fuels by 2035, limiting the impact of last week's five-year delay to a requirement that petrol and diesel cars have hybrid engines, according to a Reuters report on September 29.

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