The European Parliament has agreed to delay the introduction of a 95g/km CO2 fleet average standard until 2021, following intense lobbying from the car industry.
Originally the 95g/km target was expected to be enforced by 2020, but will now be in place for a year later. The delay to the legislation was forced by after a last-minute intervention by the German government, in support of its premium carmakers BMW and Daimler, according to the environmental NGO, Transport & Environment (T&E). Head on over to The Green Car Website UK to read the rest of this article and more. For commissions, syndications, or to be added to our mailing list please contact email@example.com