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According to the European Union, California also wants to ban new cars with combustion engines from 2035. Petrol and diesel will gradually disappear from the roads. Other US states are likely to follow the decision.

California is getting serious about the fight against car emissions and will allow only new zero-emissions cars from 2035. The head of CARB, California’s environmental agency, Liane Randolph, spoke of the “ambitious but achievable goals” with which California is taking a national and global lead. Governor Gavin Newsom launches 2020 greenhouse gas reduction reform. The top representatives of the Environment Authority now unanimously spoke in its favor.

Gasoline and diesel cars should gradually disappear from the roads. California suffers from poor air quality due to haze pollution in metros such as Los Angeles and wildfires. The largest US automaker General Motors supports the initiative. In early 2021, it announced that it would make its global model range completely emissions-free by 2035.

California is the US state with the largest new car market in the country and is therefore very important to the auto industry. The rules there are important, too, with more than a dozen other US states following them. During the tenure of former US President Donald Trump, there was a heated dispute between the federal government in Washington and California over new emissions rules.

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Trump denied the most populous US state the exclusive right to make rules stricter than the federal level. But his successor, Joe Biden, reversed the change. The auto industry was caught between fronts in California’s conflict with Trump. Although manufacturers generally advocate for more lax regulations, they want a uniform standard above all. Adapting the model to regionally different regulations would be cumbersome and costly. Volkswagen, BMW, Ford and Honda quickly signed an exit deal with California, attracting the wrath of Trump.

The EU has similar plans to California: Environment ministers from 27 EU countries agreed in late June that from 2035 only new cars without CO2 emissions would be registered. In addition, EU environment ministers called on the European Commission to prepare a proposal on how vehicles with internal combustion engines powered by synthetic fuels (e-fuels) could also be registered after 2035. This applies to vehicles “out of range of the fleet”. According to current opinion, these are not cars and vans, as proposed by the European Union Commission. However, under pressure from the FDP, Chancellor Olaf Scholz demanded that e-fuels for cars be approved as well.

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