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Opposition to the combustion car ban continues to grow – Faconauto

There are five European countries that are asking to stop the ban on car combustion.

The cases of Germany and Italy were already known, but countries such as Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary have joined the opposition to the ban of new combustion engine vehicles from 2035, as well as organizations such as ACEA, the main European employers’ association. eros industry

In June of last year, the European Parliament approved a proposal to the European Commission in 2021 on the sale of cars and vans with combustion engines from 2035. Since then, opposition to this decision did not cease to grow; There are already five members of the European Union who have decided to join forces against this initiative and are waiting for others who will allow this restrictive measure to be postponed, thinking not only of the car sector, but also of users. In this way, the transition to a new form of mobility could be more progressive and as cheap as possible.


When Germany and Italy announced their clear disagreement with the said ban, which some sectors consider due to the huge weight that they have in both countries of the industry, other member states, such as Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland, also spoke to make their clear message. having refused the plan to obtain it, he resigned.

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, met a few days ago in Berlin with the German Chancellor, Olavi Sholz, with the aim of seeking an agreement to put an end to the uncertain situation in the industry. the mobility of electricity, as noted in Brussels. With this problem, the freedom of movement of European users is also absolved from limiting mobility to a specific type of vehicle, which is sometimes expensive and difficult to recharge a large percentage of the population.

As Gerardo Pérez, president of Faconauto, commented in the last edition of the Faconauto Congress, on March 1 and 2: “The artificial acceleration of the decarbonization process, which is promoted by the EU, supported by the government, faces a serious risk. the automotive market with a polarizing minority that can access new technologies and the majority which, due to the economic level, will have to decide to continue driving old and polluting vehicles”.

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