Combustion engine dispute: no agreement despite Commission proposal

In the middle of last week, German Transport Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) called for a perspective for “e-fuels only” vehicles in order to avert the complete end of internal combustion engines in 2035. A short time later, the Commission presented a corresponding draft for supplementary legislation. In the draft, which is available to Table.Media, the existing legislation on exhaust emission standards for passenger cars (Euro 5 and Euro 6) is taken up – as demanded by Wissing.

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