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Zero emissions by 2035: What the EU’s climate deal means for drivers

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It’s like phasing out the internal combustion engine through the back door. There’s no direct ban, but the sharply increased climate targets mean that the production of classic petrol and diesel cars in Europe will effectively be phased out in the medium term – and both are likely to disappear from the roads in the long term. Earlier in July, the EU Commission presented its proposals on how the greenhouse gas emissions of the member states are to be reduced by 55 per cent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. Among them are a number of things that will significantly change the way cars are driven a…

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