Tuesday, May 30, 2023

BMW chief considers Euro 7 regulation by 2025 “impractical”

Euro 7 Emission Standard It has a tail and many responsible for the big automobile brands running against it. now him bmw boss He is the one who talked about this rule for combustion engines, which has a deadline of July 2025. As he commented, It’s “Totally Unforgivable”

Speaking at the Annual General Meeting of BMW AG, Oliver Zipse explained how US and European policies are increasingly affecting his business. “In America, lawmakers are using the Reduce Inflation Act to promote climate protection and strengthen the national economy,” he said.

“In Europe, on the other hand, the European Commission is pursuing a massive tightening of the planned Euro 7 standard. This means more regulation, but no improvement in air quality. […] I won’t go around talking: as everything is planned at the moment, it won’t work!”, he added.

Beyond the fact that keeping the year 2025 as the limit is an “impractical” deadline to work with, Gypse also criticized the test conditions to which new combustion engines must be subjected., calling them “completely unrealistic”. Furthermore, he added: “These tests of environmental conditions require that the manufacturer withstand all but the most exceptional conditions”.

“I think everyone can answer this: how often, for example, do you accelerate up a mountain pass in minus seven degrees, pulling a trailer in a fully loaded car? fighting for Euro 7, which also effectively enhances the air quality in cities”, he remarked.

In this way, Gypse proposes a range of environmental conditions to be tested, without focusing on “special and extreme cases”. Besides, calls for a rollback on the introduction of Euro 7 by mid-2027 And there are other voices who have criticized Euro 7, such as the head of Stellantis, Carlos Tavares, or Volkswagen, who have also declared that the rules should be rejected.

What are Euro 7 standards?

in general terms, Stricter exhaust emissions limits will be imposed And, for the first time, “fine particles” from brake and tire wear will be measured. This would be true for all new gasoline, diesel, PHEV, electric and fuel cell cars.

The European Commission said that by 2035, the Euro 7 standard Will reduce NOx emissions from cars and trucks by up to 35% Compared to Euro 6, tailpipe particulates will be reduced by 13% for cars and vans – and 39% for buses and trucks – while car brake particulates will be reduced by 27%.

In addition, Euro 7 aims to keep engines clean for “the longer part of their useful life”, in the words of the EC. However, it seems likely that it will take much longer to achieve such a significant improvement.

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