European CO2 debate just getting started
Stein writes that the once-united voice of the auto industry (courtesy of the ACEA, the European auto manufacturers association, is splintering into an every-manufacturer-for-itself shouting match. We've already seen Porsche make its case for an exemption from the rules, and if one goes others will follow. In the broader scheme of things, we're starting to see questions about devilish details like tires. The EU is also trying to figure out carbon capture rules and just where the line is between CO2 and safety. I'm going to agree with Stein here. This discussion is nowhere near settled.
[Source: Automotive News Europe]
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