Tavares, see 2035 EU ban on endothermic materials. Euro 7 . must be canceled

It is not a mystery that Carlos Tavares, CEO of Stellantishas always been very critical of the European Commission’s proposal to ban the sale of heat-sucking cars from 2035. During a press conference in paris salonNumber One in the car group reiterated its position again, adding that the European Commission’s proposal to give Hybrid cars also have a more important role in the transition process.

The dogmatic decision to sell only electric cars since 2035 has uncontrollable social consequences.

So, Tavares points his finger again at Electric car costs This may make ownership of these vehicles unavailable to many people.

If the middle class is deprived of freedom of movement, it will face serious social problems.

Stellantis chief explains, that many car manufacturers have invested in hybrid technology, particularly in Plug-in technology, as a “bridge technology” to deliver 100% electric cars. Therefore, for Tavares, after automakers invest billions of euros in such cars, they should be allowed to sell them for a longer period.

In addition, solutions such as light hybrid make this possible Significantly reduce pollutant emissions, Continue to provide access to cars. Another vote was recorded for Risk of losing a job Which may lead to a “rapid” appearance of electrical mobility. Job losses that would affect all those companies that today produce components for combustion engines. That is why, for Tavares, now, pragmatism is required.

Stellantis CEO also criticizes New Euro 7 regulations which it considers “useless”. For Tavares, Euro 7. The reason should be cancelled. From the auto industry’s point of view, the new legislation makes no sense because it would waste a lot of resources that could be spent on the electrification process. The number one in the car group basically believes that it makes no sense to invest in the engines that will be introduced in the coming years if the European Union actually decides to put an end to petrol and diesel models from 2035. In short, the new regulations are useless and counterproductive for Tavares.

We will see if what Number One of Stellantis said will be taken into account by European lawmakers who continue to delay submitting the final text of the new regulations. Then Tavares suggests that Europe should continue to incentivize hybrid cars as well. And in terms of the chip crunch, the situation is getting better for Tavares. It is expected that the problem of supplying these components will be completely resolved by the end of 2023.

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