The EU approved the refusal of gasoline and diesel cars from 2035

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The EU has approved the rejection of gasoline and diesel cars from 2035

From 2035, the EU will only be allowed to sell cars with zero CO2 emissions. The operation of gasoline and diesel vehicles will not be prohibited.

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The European Union will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035. The European Parliament, the European Commission and all member countries have finally agreed on a plan to phase out internal combustion engines. Automotive News Europe reports this

After 2035, only cars with zero CO2 emissions will be allowed. These include electric cars, models with hydrogen engines, as well as cars running on synthetic eco-fuels.

The EU approved the phase out of petrol and diesel cars from 2035

The EU approved the rejection of petrol and diesel cars from 2035

Exceptions were made only for small-scale manufacturers. Companies producing between 1,000 and 10,000 cars a year have been given a grace period until 2036. And companies producing less than 1,000 cars a year will be able to produce models with internal combustion engines for some time to come.

The transition to electric vehicles will be gradual: by 2030, they plan to reduce CO2 emissions from road transport by 55% compared to 2021 of the year. In addition, the strategy implies the active development of the charging infrastructure so that it can cope with the increased number of electric cars.

Volkswagen, Ford, Stellantis, Jaguar Land Rover, as well as brands have already confirmed their readiness to switch to the production of electric vehicles in Europe. Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Volvo and a number of other automakers.

“European automakers are already proving they're ready to hit the ground running, with more and more affordable electric vehicles entering the market. The speed at which this change has occurred in the last few years has been amazing,” said Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission.

It should be noted that the operation of cars with internal combustion engines in 2035 will not be banned. That is, previously purchased petrol and diesel cars will continue to drive on EU roads.