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Euro 7 emissions hit by G8 car boycott: Euro 7 leaves us 10 years behind China

via:快科技     time:2023/5/25 14:01:06     readed:57

It has been reported that eight EU member states -- France, Italy, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia -- are opposed to the EU's new car emissions regulations.Calling Euro 7 too radical is unrealistic for carmakers.

The joint document they sent to other EU member states said parts of Euro 7 regulation, including limits on vehicle emissions, should be scrapped altogether.

The Euro 7 emissions standard limits the amount of nitrous oxide that can be emitted by diesel engines from 80 milligrams per kilometre travelled to 60 milligrams. The new standard will reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 35 percent for cars and vans, and 56 percent for buses and trucks, compared with Euro 6.

European carmakers will be more troubled by the stricter Euro 7B standard, which reduces nitrogen oxides to 10mg/kg, a level that combustion engines struggle to meet with current technology.

In response, European car companies are also surprisingly united in their resistance to Euro 7 emissions.

Volkswagen CEO Aubermu has said that "Euro 7" emission standards will push up the price of Volkswagen models of 3000 to 5000 euros per car, Volkswagen will lose competitiveness;

Renault's CEO warned that if Euro 7 is adopted. This will increase the price of passenger cars in the European market by 7% to 10%. In a worst-case scenario, 300,000 jobs in the auto industry are at risk and factories are threatened with closure.

The Stellantis group takes the issue to the national level,Says premature implementation of Euro 7 emissions standards would leave Europe's car industry decades behind China's.

欧七排放遭欧洲八国抵制 车企:用上欧七 我们要落后中国10年

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