Ban the sale of gasoline cars from 2035 - ambitious decision

 From 2035, only vehicles without CO2 emissions will be allowed to be sold in European Union countries - EU.

The three main institutions of the European Union (EU), the executive agency, the parliament, and all member states, have unanimously approved a plan to ban the sale of vehicles using internal combustion engines (gasoline/diesel vehicles). From 2035 onwards, only the sale of vehicles without CO2 emissions will be allowed.

The European Union currently has a total of 27 member states. This is part of the "Fit for 55" strategy to reduce the impact of climate change.

This plan was first announced in July 2021 and received support from member countries in June 2022, after rounds of negotiations. Now, it has been officially adopted by the EU.

Automobile manufacturers will be forced to remove gasoline, diesel, hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles from their product portfolios in Europe by 2035. Particularly, manufacturers with output low, like Ferrari and Lamborghini, will have an extra year to make the transition.

Banning the sale of gasoline cars from 2035 - an ambitious decision but also with downsides for the EU - 1

Currently, only pure electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles do not emit CO2, but the production process of these vehicles does (Photo: Carscoops).

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